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MINNESOTA 

HISTORICAL 

SOCIETY 



THIEF RIVER FALLS 

IRTHERN WATCH 



MY 24 DEC 27 

1991 THRU 1991 



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Times Around the Region Page 2 

Mahnomen Art in The Park, Bear captured near 
Fosston, Crookston planting 8J00 trees, Red 
Lake Falls has new high school principal. 



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Great recip'icsfor the weekend — barbecued 
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Larson shares region golf title; Track teams 
qualify for 8AA ; North Sub Region Tennis; 
Prowlers host baseball play-off game. 



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' Friday;:Mayi24l5|9a( 



Knights of Columbus Council wins award 



Our Lady of Lourdes council ol*thc Knights of 
Columbus earned two sale award* for area profccn'ai 
ihc annual stale awards banquet Saturday, May 18, In 
St. Cloud. It is believed to be the first time an 
individual council has earned more than one of the top 
state awards in a single year. 

Plaques were received for the Family Activity 
division and (he Council Activity division — two of the 
five major areas of competition. 

Accepting the awards for the council was Patrick 
Gaffaney, Thief River Falls, delegate to the state 
meeting and grand knight for Our Lady of Lourdes 
Council 4619. located in KC District 14. 

Also in attendance were Dan Bruggeman, second 
delegate from the council; Dorryl Tveilbakk of Thief 
River Falls and John Schafer or Red Lake Falls, 
members of the state KC board. Wives attending were 
Elaine Gaffaney, Mary Bruggeman, Debbie Tvenbakk 
and Mary Schafer. 

Minnesota Knights of Columbus has 210 councils 
located In 54 districts throughout the state. All are 
eligible to compete in the categories which were won 
by Our Lady of Lourdes council. 

The local council competed for the project awards 



in the division for councils having membership of 300 
- or more. Gaffaney said. Our Lady of Lourdes council 
has 305 members. Largest council in the state, 
Nazareth of Si Paul, was in the same division and has 
about 3,600 members. 

Family activity which won the award in that 
division was the family camp-out held at Camp 
Corbet! on Big Elbow Lake cast of Waubun on the 
weekend closest to the Fourth of July last year. 

The activity summary noted that an advance group 
drove to the camp Friday morning to open cabins, 
check the lodge and notify caretakers. Other families 
began to arrive about 5 p.m., driving motorhomes or 
bringing tents. Some stayed in the cabins which were 
assigned to them. 

Older children stoned a campfire, guitars were 
brought out for a sing-n*long and snacks were created 
from roosted marshmallows, graham crackers and 
* chocolate bars. Other camp-out activities for families 
during the weekend were swimming, boating, fishing, 
canoe rides, water skiing, volleyball, horseshoes and 
cookouts. y 

Father Jim Rellihan from a neighboring mission 
church at White Earth conducted a mass on the lake 



Among trie students at Northland Community 
collego recently Inducted Into Phi Theta 
Kappa, national honor society for two-year 
collogea, wero the studantt pictured above. 
To be eligible to Join they must have 
maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or 
higher for two consecutive quarters while 
carrying a minimum of 12 credits per quarter. 
Lett to right are (front row), Jennifer Gollghtly, 



Maria Lee, Heidi Bennett and Paulette 
Anderson, all Thief River Falls; (second row), 
Londa Moon, Newfolden; Paul Loe, Thief River 
Falls; Gayle Gram, Middle River; Janice 
Bedker, Lake Branson; and Liza Hams, Red 
Lake Falls; (back row) Grotchon Hanson and 
Gene Lunsetter, Thief River Falls; Frank 
Grabanskl, Orr, ND; Howard Brockhouse, 
Middle River; and Charles White, RoosovelL 



Area schools prepare for 
graduation ceremonies 



Memorial Day weekend ls- 
normally a busy weekend. This 
weekend is punctuated with 
Memorial Services' and 
graduations. A number of area 
schools arc preparing for 
graduation ceremonies. Some 
school have already had 
graduation ceremonies." • 
~s .Thier River Falls Technical 
College will hold its graduation 
ceremonies at ihc Sports Arena 7 
p.m. May 30. 

•Nonhland Community 
College will hold its graduation 
ceremony 7:30 p.m. May 30 in 
the school's gymnasium. 

• Lincoln high school in 
Thief River Falls will hold its 
graduation ceremonies 7:30 p.m 
May 31 at the Sports Arena. 

• Goodridgc high school will 
hold its graduation ceremonies 7 



pjn. June 1 at the high school 

• Middle River high school 
will hold its graduation ceremony 
3 pjn. May 26 at the school. 

• Oklec high school will hold 
its graduation ceremony 2 p.m. 
May 26. 

• Grygta high school will 
hold its graduation ceremony 2 
pjn. May 25 at the school. 

• Greenbush will hold its 
graduation ceremony I pjn. May 
26 ut the school. 

• Warren high school held its 
graduation ceremony Friday. 

• Oslo high school will hold 
its graduation ceremony 2 p.m. 
May 28 at the high school gym. 

• Marshall County Central in 
Newfolden will hold its 
graduation ceremony 2 pjn. June 
2 at the school. 

• Plummer high school held 



lis graduation ceremony 8 p.m. 
Friday, May 24, at the school. 

• LaFuyctte high school in 
Red LakeTalls held its graduation 
ceremony 7 pjn. Friday, May 24. 
inthe school's gym. 

• Strandquist high school 
held its graduation ceremony 7 
pjn. May 23 at the school. 

• Lancaster high school held 
its graduation ceremony 7 p.m. ■ 
Friday, May 24, in the school 
auditorium, 

• Tri-County high school in 
Karlstad will hold its graduation 
ceremony 2 pjn. May 26 at the 
school. 

• Kennedy high school will 
hold its graduation ceremony 4 
p.m. May 26 in the school 
auditorium. 



New publication named 



The Northern Watch has been 
selected as the new name of the 
Friday publication. 

As promised, The Times is 
offering a new publication as of 
May 24, Earlier this month. The 
Times invited readers to submit 
suggestions for a new name, and 
they did. Over 60 entries were 
received for the Name the 
Publication Contest. 
. Of ihosc suggestions, our top 
two choices were The Northern 
Waich, submitted by Sean Myhrcr 
of St Hilairc and The Week-ender, 
submitted by Betty Ryan of Thief 
River Falls. 
. Many excellent names were 



suggested. Some at The Times 
might even argue that another 
name would have been a better 
choice. The following is a list of 
some of those suggestions: 

• The Silver Pen Weekly 
Tribune by Mr. Noel Morten of 
Viking; 

• The Northwest Regional News 
and Shopper by Lloyd Wagner of 
Middle River; 

■ Northern Lights by Leonore 
Lieberman of Thief River Falls; 

• The Daily Star by Mrs. Dixie 
Morton of Viking; 

• The Key Tones by Abner 
Matala of Oklee; 

• The Current Informer or 



Agassiz Informer by Brcndu 
Tischcr of Thief River Falls; 

• The Northern Issue by Signc 
Miller of Thier River Falls; 

• Northwest Regional Times 
and Shopper by Lloyd Wagner of 
Middle River; 

• The Northern Star by Judith 
B. Wold ofThierRivcr Falls; 

• The North High-Lights by 
Irene S. Lovly of Gcodridge; 

•The Changing Times by Judy 
Gcatz or Thief River Falls; 

• The Area Messenger by 
Valeric Skallct of Thief River 

Soo Now, pago4 



shore Saturday evening and the family members at the 
cam pout included altar boys, choir members, 
Eocnaristic ministers and ushers. People from 
neighboring cabins attended the mass in their boots. 

"Last year a drake mallard duck came up and stood 
in the middle of the road about 10 feet from Father Jim 
during the mass," the entry summary states. "When 
Father said The moss is ended; go in peace,' the 
mallard got up and flew away." 

One of the camp highlights is a barbecue turkey and 
pork dinner, including potato salad, beans and pot-luck 
dishes brought by the families. About 10 additional 
families, drove to Camp Corbeu to join the weekend 
cajnpers for this event 

It was at the compout that the idea was presented to 
host (he Knights of Columbus international camporce. 
It will be held at Red Lake Falls in 1992, beginning 
July 29 and hosted by Our Lady of Lourdes council ' 

Council activity which won the state award was the 
Memorial Day work weekend at Camp CorbetL This 
followed an earlier inspection of the camp to 
determine what work needed to be done so that plans 
could be made. 

On the Memorial Day weekend itseir the council 



volunteers removed an old boat house, tool shed and 
fish cleaning house. They built a 20x24-foot 
storage/workshop building, a deck on the west cabin, 
three new picnic tables, a horseshoe pit. 

They also put up rain gutters, repaired broken 
screens and canoe paddles, replaced a bathroom water 
. heater, washed dishes, cabins and the lodge and hauled 
in 33 yards of gravel for the volleyball court. Even 
younger children assisted by picking up stic k s, cans 
and paper. 

The activities were slowed by rain on Saturday but 
were accomplished Sunday and Monday with laughter 
and joking among the participants who shared a 
feeling of worthwhile activity. 

Council members and their families have been 
involved in the spring camp clean-up and building for 
the past 16 years. 

"We have been involved in these council and family 
activities for a number of years." Gafianey said, "but 
have not made the effort to document them for 
competition. It is nice to know that our council's 
efforts rank high among all councils in the state of 
Minnesota." 




Communities prepare to 
observe Memorial Day 



t. Area communities will 
be* observing Memorial Day 
oh Monday? The following 
Is a list of some of the 
Memorial Day services 
being planned In The area: 

Thief Hirer Falls will 
observe "Memorial Day 
beginning 11 a.m. Monday. 
Isqfe^^la^ieiidship^ 
-. fGoxpens. . CoL James Reid. 
commander of -the 32 1st 
Strategic Missile Wing at 
Grand Torks Air Base, will 
present the Memorial Day 
address. 

Memorial Day services 
In Karlstad will be 
conducted 9 a.m. Monday. 
May 27 at the Trl County 
High school auditorium. 
Ninth District Vice 
Commander Tom Conway 
of Argyle is expected to 
deliver the Memorial Day 
address. 

-Memorial Day Services 
in Strandquist will be held 
10:30 a.m. Monday. May 
27. at the Strandquist 
school. Paul Flaten, post 
chaplain for the local 
chapter of the American 
Legion will deliver the 
Memorial Day address. 

Memorial Day services 
in Lancaster will begin at 
1 1 a.m. Monday. May 27, at 
the Lancaster Memorial 
Gardens. The program will 
be opened by the post 



commander and the 
Invocation given by the post 
chaplain. 

pastor Del Palmer of 
Our Saviour's Lutheran 
church In Thief River Falls, 
will speak at the annual 
Memorial Day program. 
10:30 a.m. Monday, May . 
27, _at-».the-t-Hewxoldeiv. 
Community Center. 

American Legion Post 
444 of Middle River will 
sponsor its annual 
Memorial Day program, 
10:30 a.m. Monday. May 
' 27. at the high school gym 
in Middle River. The 
program will include a 
guest speaker, 

entertainment by the local 
Junior Auxiliary chapter, 
and Invocation and 
benediction by Pastor Paul 
Johnston of Middle River 
Lutheran Parish. 

Memorial Day services 
will be held In Oklee at the 
Oklee public school 9:30 
a.m. May 27. Guest 
speakers include Lloyd 
Walhaug. former World war 
II German Prisoner of War 
and Lloyd Fandrlck who 
will give a presentation on 
patriotism. 

Memorial Day service In 
Red Lake Falls will begin 
1 1 a.m. Monday, May 27. at 
Riverside park. Red Lake 
Fall3 Mayor Ken Tischart 



will be the main speaker at 
the Memorial Day services 
at Riverside park. 

Judge Wilson will 
deliver Roseau's Memorial 
Day program address. The 
service begins 9:30 a.m. 
with a parade from the city 
auditorium to the high 
schooL 

The Memorial Day 
program in Waxroad begins 
at 9:30 a-m. Monday with a 

Earadc from the American 
eglon to the school. The 
program at the elementary 
school gym begins at 10 
a.m. Rev. Bruce Wilder of 
ZIon Lutheran church will 
give the Memorial Day 
address. 

Ray Burwell, Warren 
Legionnaire and controller 
of the American Crystal 
Sugar plant at Drayton, 
ND, will be the main 
speaker at the Memorial 
Day program In Warren at 
Greenwood Cemetery. The, 
program gets underway at 
10:30 a-m. with a parade. 

Greenbush Memorial 
Day services will be held 10 
am. Monday. May 27 at the 
Greenbush high school 
auditorium. The program 
address will be given by 
A.J. Pulczlnski. A 

ceremony will follow at 
Legion Park. 



Inlllatod rocontly Into the Phi ThBta Kappa 
national honor society for two-yoar collofjos at 
Northland community collego In Thiol Rlvor 
Foils woro tho studonts plcturod above 
Membership Is opon to studonts who havo had 
a grade point avorago of 3.5 tor two 
consocutlvo quarters while carrying 12 or 
more credits per quarter. Lett to right aro 
{(ram row), Jason Dvorak, Lankln, ND; Sylvia 
Moo, Grygla; Doona Alby, Thiol Rlvor Falls; 
and NDckl Anderson, Gatzko; (mlddlo row) Tori 
Campbell, Roseau; Glna Wing, Shakopoo; 




Ranona Noyos, Ersklno; Lyn Busch, Ersklno; 
and Mark Gohrls, Warron; (back row), Joel 
Jonson and Shorll Schluchtor, Thief River 
Falls; Larry Ouhl, Warren; Grog Monson, 
Gatzko; and Shannon Honrlckson, Goodrldgo. 
Not plcturod are Lorrl Kruoth, Bomltfjt; Dlanno 
Loo, Thiol Rlvor Falls; Klmborly Butlor, 
HItterdal; Dorothy Schuschko, Fortllo; Eric 
McCauloy and Joel Darling, Newfolden; Lana 
Bonosh, Shovlln; Klmborly Powo, Edlnburg, 
ND; and Bonlta Tlnnos, Oslo. 




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Sand Box 

Summer means outdoor fun. and 
for children that means sand play. 
The sand area should be large 
enough to allow children to sit and 
still have plenty of room lo play, 
siyid areas that arc too small arc ihe 
ones that seem W spill over. The 
sand areas also should have the 
capability to be covered to prevent 
animals from digging and using it as 
a litter box. 

The sand toys children need con 
be varied, bul may include bowls, 
spoons, funnels, small gardening 
toots, toy trucks, plastic bottles, etc. 

The sand can be played with both 
wet and dry. Even adults can enjoy 
sand play, so enjoy spending time 
with your child in sand play. 

(Contributed by Discovery Place 
child care center.) 

SCAVENGER HUNT 

For next week's Activities fea- 
ture, you will need a ball {any size) 
and a nice sunshiny day. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

The spring-like atmosphere in 
George Shannon books make ihcm 
the perfect selection for this time of 
year. The Thief River Falls public 
library recommends the following: 

Shannon, George. Dance Away. 
A rabbit saves his friends and him- 
self rrom the fox with his gift of 

Shannon. George. Lizard's 
Sons, Bear just couldn't learn 
lizards sorig. How Bear learned to 
sing his own song is the gist of this 
delightful story. 

VIDEO VARIETY . 

Brothers and sisters can some- 
times get on each other's nerves. 



That's the time to check out this 
video from the Thief River Fulls 
public library: 

Raraona: Siblincitis. Ramona 
worries that the new baby will push 
her out of her parents' hearts. Enjoy 
how Romona teams thai just the 
opposite is true. 

(Contributed by the Northwest 
Regional Library.) 

PARENTING TIPS 

Safety 

Did you know that accidents are 
the leading killer of children? They 
claim far more children's lives each 
year than rii^c n*^ The major unin- 
tentional risk for children is traffic 
injury: whether a passenger, bicy- 
clist or pedestrian. 

Parents arc responsible to teach 
their children about safety. They 
must then set examples of safe prac- 
tices. Parents and those who care 
for children should insist on buck- 
ling all children into seat belts and 
child safety carriers Tor even the 
shortest car trip. They should teach 
children to cross the street safely. 

If your child is between the ages 
of 4 1/2 and kindergarten and you 
live in the Thief River Falls school 
district you may consider enrolling 
in the ECFE Safety Town program 
which is conducted in June (colt 
681-8670 for information). If you 
live outside of the Thief River Falls 
school district, contact your local 
ECFE program for information on 
safely and parenting. 

SOMETHING TO TALK 
ABOUT 

Talk about and identify streets, 
crosswalks, curbs, traffic signs and 
pedestrians. Talk about what red, 
yellow and green mean on a stop 
light. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
ofSchoolDistrici564.) 



1991 Is Kennedy's final 
grarjtratino doss 

Kennedy — Commence- 
. ment exercises for the ten 
seniors in the class of 1991 will 
be held May 26 at the Kennedy 
high school auditorium. To 
commemorate this special 
occasion, a special addition to 
„.thc commencement program _ 
will be o history of the Ken- 
nedy school, given by Mrs. 
-JErlycc Larson, former teacher 
and school board member. 
(North Star News) 

Construction bids chosen 
for Baadette school 

Bnudctte — Stampson and 
Blair will be the general con- 
tractors for the new preschool- 

■ grade 12 school for Lake or the 
Woods. Their bid of SU mil- 
lion was accepted last week by 

"the school board as well as a 
5224,000 bid far erection of 
steel and a SI S million bid far 
masonry work, (Northern 
Light) 

Ceremony marks (bit 
tree planted 

Crookston — Tho srrrqll 
tree planted at an Arbor Day 
ceremony lost week in Carman 
Park in Crookston symbolizes . 
the plan of the local residents 
for the five-year program of 
planting 8,500 new trees, 
. equalling Crookston's popula- 
tion. City Administrator Ray 
Ecklund says thai a tree graph 
with branches to mark the 
progress of the planting will be 
put up in the city halL (Crook- 
ston Daily Times) 



Frir baking contest 
name chosen 

HaUock — The "Name the 
Baking Contest" decision has 
been made with a winner 
selected from over 60 dliTcrcnt 
names. The prize of $25 is 
being split between Rose 
Cerkownlak of Lancaster and 
Shirley Rydberg of Hallock, as 
-tho two names- they- submitted — 
sound the same, but ore spelled ' 
differently. The names aro 
'Bake and Tasto" and "Bake*n- •* 
Taste." The Kittson County 
Fair baking contest will now be 
known as the "Bake-n-Tasle." 
(Kittson County Enterprise) 



Groundbreaking held 
for Dekko Center 

Ada — There was a turnout 
or about 350 people attending 
lbs groundbreaking ceremony 
for the Dekko community cen- 
ter in Ada recently with an 
afternoon program and buffet 
supper and dance in tho 
evening. The program for the 
community center, whkb-will 
bo located just east of the Ada 
high school, was emceed by 
Rev. Arlen Hermodson. (Nor- 
man County Index) 



Mahnomen to hold 
Art J-lrr-The-Park 

Mahnomen — Arts-tn-the- 
park at the Mahnomen county 
fairgrounds will bo held June 1 
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 
event will feature pottery- 



ceramics, wood crafts, quilts, 
jewerly. folk art painting, 
wreaths and various Native 
American crafts. Approxi- 
mately U0 booths have been 
announced. A performance by 
Plain People, an entertainment 
troupe from Fargo, will Include 
juggHng. »inging and jokes. 



Bear captured 
near Fosslon 

Posslon — A black bear, 
weighing over 400 pounds, 
was captured on the form of 
Bill Wilson, eight miles south 
of Fosston. The bear had 
killed one of his Calves and 
carried It away. Bill was able 
to trace tho path by the blood 
on the ground and contacted 
the DNR. Using honey, mo- 
lasses and lard as bait, a trap 
caught tho bear in an open 
field. The bear was released in 
another location. (Thirteen 
Ibwns) 

Landfill near Bemldp 
to be covered 

Bemidjl — Work to place a . 
permanent clay cover over 
Kummer's Sanitary Landfill In 
Northern township, Beltrami 
county, will begin in three 
weeks, according to tho Min- 
nesota Pollution Control agen- 
cy. The 5£8 million project is 
expected to lost through the ' 
summer. The cover is neces-r 
sory to prevent surface water' 
from leaching through buried 
. wastes and further contaminat- 
Ing groundwater at the site. 
(Bemidji Pioneer) 



Greenbush — The annual 
Liule Bo Peep/Uttlo Boy Blue 
Look-Alike contest for child- 
ren, ages 3-6, will be held Juno 
8 during Snecp Days in Green- 
bush. The children should be 
dressed as these nursery rhyme 
characters. Judging will take 
place at 11 ajn. The event is 
sponsored by the Greenbush 
Women or Today. (Greenbush 
Tribune) 

Hospital board to • 
. suspend aarte care 
operations 

Greenbush — The board of 
directors of the Greenbush 
_ conununity.hospital.has -VWed- 
to temporarily suspend opera- 
tions in the acuta care hospital, 
effective June 15. Thoboordis 
not giving up tho hospital bed 
license until it has nad the 
opportunity to thoroughly 
investigate all options for nav- ■ 
ing service in the future. The 
clinic and nursing home will 
continue business as usual. 
The hospital is enterting Into 
an-intensivo planning process . 
with tho Roseau Hospital dis; 
trict board to determine how 
services might be consolidated. 
(Greenbush Tribune) 

Highland school to ger 
le classroom 

Crookston — District 593 
school board at Croolcuon has . 
decided to construct a double 
portablo classroom to be linked 
to- the Highland olomentary 
school. Enrollment numbers 
have increased greatly during 
the post weeks and trio num- 
bers are expected to remain 
high for next year. The only 
extra space availablo for a 
classroom is the boys or girls 
' locker rooms and using this 
space would interfere with 
locker room use. Cost of tho 
additional portablo classroom 
will be about $65,000. (Crook-, 
ston Doily Times) 



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' Memorial Day is the time for pic- 
nics and outdoor barbecues. Here 
are some recipes you might like to 
try for the holiday. 
• Feed a crowd with n few batches 
t)f these. You can get them ready 
ahead of time and store in the fridge 
until you ore ready to grill them: 
Barbecued Turkey Wings 
4(2 Impounds) turkey wings 
I teaspoon salt. . .. .... . -■ 

1 boy !«*„,,.,. 

l/4teospoch whole peppercorns 

1 medium onion, stuck with 2 whole 

cloves ' 
1 cup barbecue sauce (bottled or . 

your own) 

Place turkey wings in Dutch oven 
and barely cover with water. Add 
rest of ingredients and heat to boil- 
ing. Reduce heat and simmer, cov- 
ered, for about 45 minutes, until 
fork-tender. 

Drain wings and discard broth (or 
save for soup). 

Dip wings into barbecue sauce to 
coot completely. Place wings on 
grill about 4-6 inches from medium 
hot coals and grill for 10-15 min- 
utes, basting with barbecue sauce, 
until nicely browned. 

If you wont to moke your own 
barbecue sauce, here is one of many 
recipes: 

Secret Barbecue Sauce 
1/2 cup vegetable oil 

1 cup ketchup 

2 tablespoons Dijon mustard 
Juice oi 1/2 lemon 

1/4 cup soysauce 

1/4 cup honey 

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 

1 tablespoon parsley 
1/2 onion, minced 

1/2 green pepper, chopped very fine 

or minced 

dash of garlic powder or salt 

Combine all ingredients in small 
saucepan and heat to boiling. 
Reduce heat and simmer about 15 
minutes, stirring occasionally. Store 
in fridge iintil ready to use. 
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What die with your barbecue but 
potato salad: 

Grandma's Potato Salad 

2 cups Miracle Whip 

1 cup commercial sour cream 
1/2 cup half and half 
1/4 cup sweet pickle juice 
1/2 cup chopped celery 
1/4 cup chopped onion 

3 tablespoons mustard 
3 tablespoons sugar 

1 tablespoon vinegar 
1/4 cup chopped sweet pickle relish 
8-10 pounds cooked, cubed potatoes 
(cook in salted water) 



BSU to offer workshop on computers 



Bemidjl State university will 
conduct workshops in Thief River 
Falls and Red Lake Falls the week 
orJune 10-13. Workshop topic will 
be "Computers/Technology and 
Outcome Based Education: 
Empowering the Curriculum." 
. Educators attending the sessions 
at Lincoln high school in Thief 
River Falls or Lafayette high school 
in Red Lake Falls will have an 
opportunity to explore the current 
trends in educational technology 
relating to computers, multimedia, 
personal productivity and other 
trends. A wide array of hardware 



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• The Area Messenger by Valeric 
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• Shopper-Times by LaVonne 
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Gcodridge; 

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viola Dirlcs of Thief River Foils; 

• The Merger by Caroline Bcdord 
of Thief River Falls; 

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Gory Tiscner; 

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strom of Thief River Falls; 

• The Times of the North by 
Vicky Olson of Thief River Falls; 

• North Country Tips by Palmer 
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• Northwestern Guide by Duane Peterson of Thief River Foils; 
Myklejord of Fosston; . Falls Changing Times by Mrs. 

• Northern Minnesota's Newi-N- c. Beiswengcr of Thief River Falls; 
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Opinions 



Marvin Lundin 

Editor 

Editorial opinion published on this page, whether hi* own and nol necessarily those of other staff 

locally written or re-printed from other sources is members. Opinions expressed in items from other 

intenocd to stimulate thinking and discussion among publications may be contradictory to the editor's own 

our readers. Opinions expressed by the editor arc views but are offered for their general interest. 



"Watch"lng Northern Minnesota 

Well, here it is, the first issue of tho Northern 
Watch— a combination of the former Monday 
edition of the Thief River Falls Times and the 
weekly Northern Minnesota Shopper's Guide. Ills 
somewhat of a bold experiment in publication 
cross-breeding, and whether It produces a 
vigorous hybrid or merely a mongrel remains to 
be seen. The genetics of nowspapering are 
largely unknown. 

The change will toko a fair amount of getting 
used to by all concerned— not the least of which 
are members of the Thief River Falls Times staff. 
Not only are we faced with adapting to new 
schedules and deadlines, we are dealing with a 
product and concept that are not yet familiar to us. 

In addition to the birthing pains of a new 
publication, we are dealing with a change in date 
for printing of our namesake, the Thief River Falls 
Times. It will now be published only once a 
week...on Tuesday., ^midway between the prior 
Monday and Wednesday publication dates. After 
shepherding Monday arid Wednesday Issues for 
to these many years, it will bo quite different to 
find them in Tuesday and Friday pastures. 

We are hoping for the. best, of course: That 
the new Northern Watch will be widely accepted 
and eagerly awaited each week; that ad readers 
will flock to Thief River Falls stores, advertisers 
will reap major benefits and Inundate us with 
orders for more and more advertising space; and 
that people of the area will find the new edition to 
be Interesting and informative. 

Much of the burden for creating the Northern 
Watch and a new look for The Times which will be 
unveiled on Tuesday has fallen on Dave Hill, Ihe 
Times associate editor. It has been his misfortune 
to be cursed with youth, a commodity which 
leaves a person extremely vulnerable to change 
and perhaps even progressTtfihat latter term can 
be at all defined. All change is^npt necessarily 
progress, as Congress and the Legislature-Have 
proved over the years. 

Dave has put In a lot of time and effort over 
. the past couple of months to team more about our. 
• computer capabilities and to create design 
changes which will be meaningful and attractive 
without being flamboyant. His challenge is to 
make both the now Northern Watch and the 
remaining Thief River Falls Times more readable 
for more people. The task is no easy one but we 
commend his efforts. 

Perhaps the greater task than making 
changes in the appearance of the publications will 
be to change old habits and Ideas of long time 
staff members. Including this editor. We need to 
be convinced that new ways are better ways and. 
If the truth be known, there Is a certain, smug 
satisfaction in having innovators discover that at 
least sometimes the old ways exist because they 
are the ways that work the best. 

We would be less than honest If we said we 
are excited by the changes. We will do our best 
to change our old ways and team new Ideas and 
make the system the best It can be. But 
familiarity Is a comfort zone and change violates 
that area. Excitement Is for the adventurous who 
■revel In experiencing the unknown. Experience 
dictates to reserve judment until all the evidence 
is In. 

So we rather suspect our readers will have 
somewhat tho same Initial reaction to the revised 
Times and the new Watch as we did. The long 
term subscribers and counter sales purchasers 
will wonder why there needed to be a change and 



(Northern Watch Policies 



Letters to the editor: The staff of the Northern 
Watch encourages written responses to editorial 
comment or letters with original thoughts or Ideas of 
general interest. Letters should be intended for 
publication in Northern Watch exclusively; letters 
sent to multiple publications will generally not be 
accepted. Right is reserved to edit letters for length 
and clarity and to reject tetters deemed to be 
promotional in nature or in poor taste. 

Letters Must Be Signed: All letters must be 
signed and contain an address or phone number of 
the writer so authenticity can be verified. 
Signatures must appear on letters published. The 
staff believes that there is greater credibility in 



letters signed in print and will not withhold names of 
writers from publication. 

Responses Invited: Letters critical of 
individuals or other entities may be shown to those 
Individuals or representatives of those entities in 
advance of publication with an invitation by the 
newspaper staff for response in the same Issue as the - 
original letter. 

Corrections: If an error is made in news or 
advertising publication, the staff encourages readers 
to call it to our tarncdiate attention by calling 681- 
4450. We will attempt to correct the error or clarify 
the misunderstanding in the next issue. 



IATC 



John P. Mattaon 

Publisher 

Kenneth Kohlor 

Advertising Manager 



Marvin Lundin 
Editor 



Mary Ann Lofberg 
Production Supervisor 

The Northern Watch Is dlstrttxjted to ovor 22,000 households 
of northwest Minnesota and surrounding area. The Northern Watch 
is published In conjunction with the Thief River Fails Times. 

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adopt a wait and see attitude. Newer readers will 
adapt more readily to tho changes and Identify 
with them. Both will expect that we should know 
what we aro doing, but that may bo too optimistic. 

Bear with us as wo Iron out the wrinkles, learn 
by experience and flounder around a little In 
untested waters. With your patience and 
suggestions and a little luck to go along with our 
sincere efforts to make change for the better, we 
Just may pull off this experiment successfully. 

Just 'Watch' and see. 



Development Through Education 

Guest Editorial 
by Rep, Watty Sparby 

It's no secret that in the 1990s all the experts 
say America will face stiff International economic 
competition. In order to meet those challenges 
and promote the general well-being of our state, 
we need to do a better job of educating and 
training our workers. 

That Is the message state legislators heard 
recently from tho Commission on the Skills of the 
American Work Force, a national research group 
consisting of economists, educators and 
corporate executives. The commission studied 
American. European and Asian forms of work 
training and organization and concluded that we 
need to take action to reinvigorate the American 
economy. 

Here is the good news: The commission also 
concluded that Minnesota's economic 
development policies are a model for tho nation. 

The commission points to some disturbing 
trends. Since 1969, real average weekly earnings 
In the United States have declined by more than 
12 per cent, worsening disparities between the 
haves and the have-nots. Increasingly, high wage 
jobs aro moving abroad. The American high 
school dropout rate is too high, according to the 
commission, and this country's school year Is too 
short. 

The commission formed some recom- 
mendations to Improve our International 
competitiveness. They recommend high 
educational standards, a comprehensive system 
of Job training and placement and an increased 
emphasis on vocational education. 

Ail of those recommendations for change, I 
am glad to report, are the normal way of doing 
business In Minnesota. Already, wo have one of 
the country's most extensive vocational education 
systems with our 34 technical colleges. In 
addition, the House of Representatives has 
passed an education finance bill which gradually 
lengthens the school year, provides significant 
funding for vocational education, and which 
establishes standards for outcomo-based 
education. 

Minnesota was the first slate In tho nation to 
allow students' to attend any public school In the 
state, with the goal of Increasing competition (and 
quality) between- schools. We also have tho 
nation's highest high school graduation rate, and 
our standard college entrance exam test scores 
are consistently higher than average. Numerous 
surveys and studies Indicate that we have a good 
business climate, due at least In part to our highly 
skilled work force and the work ethic mado 
famous by Mlnnesotans. 

On a national scope, I'm sure all of us ate 
concerned about our country's place In the world. 
But It's also reassuring to know that a national 
commission thinks Minnesota is showing the way 
to the rest of the country. 



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■' High-hiding, low-lustre finish 

■ Lasting durability & color retention 

■ Over 1600 custom & ready- 
mixed colors ■ 

■ Resists lumes. blistering 4 mildew 




MooiSlo'litexHonsa 
SlUrn Pilot 
Distinctive soft-gloss finish 

Gives protective finish to all 

types ol exterior surfaces 

Outstanding gloss & color 

retention 

Perfect for repainting 

aluminum siding 



Motti'i - High Bon Hone Pilnt 

■ Beautiful high gloss, weathe 
resistant finish 

■ Extremely durable with excellent 
leveling & sealing properties 

■ Resists chalking & rundown 
on adjacent sunar.es < 



Moore'*" Latex Extorter Primer 

■ Exeeuenl Wing & levying '■ flscommeflded for use under Utex punts 

■ Resists Watering on new eonrtruOion ■ MwilniiM sainmg ol nw ceibr & r edwt>>J 

■ Exetilenlhidinfl 4 leveling «&ntawedurKltrbothUlK4oilbwc1pnts , 
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Phon« (210) GB1-3012 
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5-dc. Pertaa^Wickci-® 
outdoor dining group : 



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42" Werzallt Unbrella Table 
4 Stacking Arm Chairs 




FULL SELECTION OF OUTDOOR 

TURF FOR YOUR PATIO, 
DOCK, OR MANY OTHER USES. 



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Green, Blue & 

Red With Marine Back... 

12 Ft. Width 

Two Styles Ol 

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$4 



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Home FutntmeR 



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Hwy. 59 South 

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Thief River Falls, MN 



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licensed representatives - they'll explain why. 



Come to expect the. best. 



INVESTMENTS • INSURANCE ■ BANKING 
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Labels lor tho following 

towns? 


■ ROSEAU ■ 

• WARREN • 

• THIEF RIVER FALLS • 

F SO WE HAVE THEM! 

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324 Main An. K. 
Thlal Rlvw Fills, MN 56701 


REGAN ROHL 

(S1-S380 

ToQ Free 1-800-284-6705 

312 N. Msin Avenue 
Thief River Fills MN 56701 

H Edward 

Dl Jones & Co." 


681-4450 1 


V 



NOTICE: 

Ann's Antiques 

la Now Open For Tho 

Summon Opon By 

Chance Or Appointment 

1/2 Mlto North ol Badqtr. 

PHONE: 528-3512 



Kirby Vac. 

parts/repair 

Belts • Bags - Rollers - Suds 

Hoover - Sharp - Royal 

Eureka - Panasonic - Princess 

MARV'S VACUUM 
681-1979 . 





SUMMER ^ 
SALE ;Wi8s- 
SPECTACULAR 

Gigantic Savings On 

*k HD Skis 



Sports Combo.. 



...»144' ; 



f^-I ,V Competition S.L *119" 
B^-XFusion .'169" 
2*»-MachI . $ 269" 




Ho Skis -txrericnceThcThrm 
H.O. Aerial Kncclioanls *149 9S 
Slalom Skis, s,«,u,„ $ 60'" ) 
H.O. WclsulLs, su^u.,., *89' S 

we will maTCH miy "price in the vhlleyiii 



Full Line of Water Ski Accessories 
and H.O. Sportswear. 



/ . .... OPEN: 9-3 WetkiWi: 9-4 Saturday 

GROOKSTON' BOAT MART 

„ " Hivy. 2 & 75 N. • Cfookston, Mn. • 281-3956 




NORTHWEST 

EYE ' 
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DEDICATED PROFESSIONALS 

USING ADVANCED 

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OF YOUR EYE CARE NEEDS. 




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♦ CATARACT/IMPLANT SURGERY 

+ LASER SURGERY + GLAUCOMA 

+ STANDARD/SPECIALTY CONTACT LENSES 

+ QUALITY EYEWEAR 



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310 No. UBtm. Thiol (War Fab. MN 56701 
Opai: Mon.-Frt.B-5/Tnuf.Evanlnoa/SaiS:00-12 



Friday, May 24, 1991 






BUTCHERING & PROCESSING 

' Cut toY°u'°«nipKlf>c*tlcn».doubL*iffr>*)pa><l. 
- Can tmv* inknri ple*»cl up *l W* ■ ">"• round Irlp. 

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Fast drying flat paint for walls, 
ceilings, diywalt plaster, or 
over wallpaper. 



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Exterior Latex Plat 

Good for use on all exterior' 
surfaces. Provides a long - 

lasting coating. 

$1449 




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The Colors FALLS 

K*opi. DECORATORS 

You Love.'" Hwy. SB South - Next To Car .Waeb 

-B1-332B Thief River FaUi 



WATER 




Is Your Water 



Safe to Drink? 



What ifyourwatef is not safe? If you 
haveiad your water tested at a certified lab 
v ""^- and the results show that 

WhStifVOUt ^c watcris unsafe, you ' 
_ . . r mt f% have several alternatives 

Water IS HOI S3te7 forimpiovingyour 
water quality. 
Your first action should be to Identify 
and clean up the source of the pollution. If 
this is not possible you may use an ' 
alternative water source, drill a new well or 
repair an existing one, or you may consider 
Jvater treatment.' • 
• / Flndinga different source of water 

/ may include connecting to a municipal 

' wato 1 system, carrying water 

/^faori_| in fh& fr 001 a ^^ source, or buying 

WW " U H .""j. bottled water. Drilling a new. 

SOUFCO Ol well can be expensive, but in . 

/ftp nnllufion thc Ion s mn i: ™y te *■« 

Repairing an old well casing 
or shock chlorinating a well to eliminate 
bacteria may improve your water quality. , 

Water treatment equipment can be 
effective in removing health risk " 
contaminants. But before investing in 
water treatment equipment, make sure it 
' can provide what's needed to improve your 

water. 

For more Information on improving 
. water safety or investing in water treatment 
equipment, contact your County 
Extension Office. 



For mor»Worn»tIxt.c™Kt your MlNNIiSOTA EXTHNSIpN SERVICE 

county iXintlon otllc*. ,.,.... ■ — _ 

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- r^rriington, B81-211S 

' Rod Lako. 253-2895 Tht Unntoriily ol Unwell hi an equal 

■ Rosoau. 463-1052. eppanunih; •ducolor and »mpioyor. 



Friday, May 24, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 9 



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wi pmij* » nxonj lor tm futirt. fort pncM 
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10aJ*rom»3>.oa1-U70 

V^AaVpodrcodToNowWToJ^ocm/ 



RUTH RANUM 

HOUSEHOLD 
ESTATE 

SALE 

Thursday 
May 30, S P. M. 

VIKING 

(Traflar North of Zlon Luthtnn 

Church) 

PROCEEDS OO TOZtON 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

LADIES' AID 



Budc«iiow New Crop.„ 



ConlKtoniry SwAwufi 

ConJocfonaty S^rfownn Now Crop,,. 
C*nota . 



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if: 



IT'S TIME! 

CROP HALL 
INSURANCE 

10% DISCOUNT 
FORCASHt 



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DELBERT 
AUDEHE 

218-681-6443 

1008 W. 2nd Street 

Allwood Offices 

Thief River Falls 

impmERS uruan 



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Doar noaden. 

- Mott pcoplg tuddoriy otlod upon 10 arranoe a funaral 
m not awu-a ol tho pownDal tmodont Involwd and how to 
copo with thorn. Their roietlon olltn li, "I hurt. I'm 
uncomfortable - lata qo. Bill ovor, with as Utio emotional 
stirrings as posiJblo so my hurt wi oo away.' 

It IV not that slmplo. The funoral sarvlco evoivad to vent 
omotions of grtof so (hat mental hoolth may be resured. 
Respoctfulry. 



&Ulmont3ime7Lal3fCom& 




. call mown 

Special Airfare Savings 



Chlldren>iJ88 ! 2l To 17 Receive Up To 60% 0fll| 
Fare With Accompanying Adult. ■ 

TckJ^ByJunolit^imdUMBy&plOTibw-solh. g 



Ihamp'iau travel service Q&S 



Phone 218^61-5811 
\_ Toll-Froo 1-eOC»T247-04M 



318 North LaBree Avenue 
Thiol River Falls, MN 56701 J 



Sending Out 
Flyers?? 

For Mora Information 
CALL: 66*1-4450 




MEMORIAL DAY DINNER 

MONDAY, MAY 27 
SetvkTQ Begin utiao AH 
HWKETHUmfMAX OUtOf 

Hon,UnntMti 



OUR ADVERTISERS 
■ SAVE YOU MONEYI 



From Our 



FAMILY... 




..To 



Yours 



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MINNESOTA DAIRY 
IS A DIVISION OF CASS CLAY 



Introduce your family to our family of good nutrition. All of our products 
are full of top quality delicious dairy products purchased from your local 
dairy farmer. 

Choose from milk to cottage cheese...the wholesome goodness of Cass 
Clay will be there. 

•OUR RAW MUX COMES FROM YOUR AREA DAIRY FARMERS' 



GOING OUT OF BUSINESS 

All Merchandise Must Go! 



fKingKbi. 

; *t . ■' it; ■**; ;•:.; .'■ ;■ -'; 

Mattresses 

SALE PRICES 
PLUS BONUSES! 

KING KOIL FIRM SLEEP 

$CQO0 



ALL ROADS LEAD TO... $± 



m 



WHEN PURCHASED AS'SET 



$ 89 

REQ 


PLUSH QUILT 
TWIN EA. PIECE 
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SH CO REQENT 

* 1 HO POSTURE BONO 
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GREENHOUSE 



King Koil 



order by phone 
call 681-8473 




BASSETT RECLINERS 

■ Sdfas, Loveseats, ' 
: Coffee Tables, End Tables 
I'-.- ■ and Lamps 

ALL PRICED AT 

GOING OUT OF 

BUSINESS PRICES! 



New Inventory Still Arriving 
We Must Sell This Merchandise 



FiimnuRE would 




THE STORE WT7H PEOPLE IN MIND 8 



FITUWTURE WORLD & MATTRESS CO. 

THE MATTRESS STORE [Kl 




ccnuuinniFWven 

I o uim £m on Htfim * 7 '« ">" •*»* 
on MMtua C. M. DM( U*. RMd 

cpnutTP.-raraMA 

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on uma Co ynuMU Co. Un. RoM ai aa 

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1 S uan Soul, on htglM, 3. 3 wo, Emi on 

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DRIVE A LITTLE... 
SAVE A LOTH 



BEDDING PLANTS 

6$-l 00 
FOR I 






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FOR 

Large Bushy 

GERANIUMS 



MEMORIAL GARDENS .a-..:- 
PLANTERS -Starting At Only 



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NOW.INII 

APPLE TREES 







STILL IN STOCK... 

JUNIPER & 
SMALL SHRUBS 

GREAT SELECVONI 



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JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH AND TO CELEBRATE, 

WONKER FLATS GREENHOUSE & DAIRY 

ARE GIVING AWAY, ON SUN., JUNE 2nd 

T LAND. O LAKES STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM CONES 



•> FREE TOURS OF A WORKING DAIRY FARM 

V 2 FREE STRAWBERRY PLANTS WITH YOUR 

S10.00.PURCHASE • 



• ITS GQING TO BE A STRAWBERRY SUNDAYll 



EXCLUSIVE HONKER FLAT OUTLETS 


ROSEAU 
GL&T3 ROSEAU CASH PRODUCE 

.ItStCONOST.NW 


WARROAD 
BETTY UOHRBACHEirS 
COUNTRY GIFT SHOP 

lUtaWMaOUyOiiHnDnltvrr, 11 
SM-IOOt 


THIEF HIVEH FALLS 
flETTrSPlAiVre 

1001 SOOTH THOOLPH AVtNUE 


BADGER 
BEFNtCE WILEBSKI 

OsU Hid DlKt Mou»». S MouMt Ocxn From 
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Friday, May 24, 1991 



ITS 

BANVEL 

TIME 

call paul or ben at 

964-5252 or 

681-1204 

ST. HILAIRE COOP ELEVATOR 

ST. HILAIRE, MINNESOTA 



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Poft, OetnnnK S2L00 

Aa OthK AddrMMt WIUi A M7 

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TheTimes 

681-4450 



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DOWVTOWN DOT HMD f UIS 

OPEN 

MEMORIAL 

DAY 

9 A.M. -6 P.M. ., 




NORTHWEST POWER SYSTEMS 

It Your Hoadquartara For All Your 

|SPHOCK£T,Pl/LI.EV« 
PTO SHAFT NEEDS 

Wi Future Hlsh Ouillty fto^lnil Pull»Y». 
i- -Snrotkea And HutoGSG Pnjtoyjr — 
. .. J Spraduts, Hubi. IWdrm «nd Shafts. 

NORTHWEST POWER SYSTEMS 

204 M. Atlantic 681-5282 Thl af Blvar Falls 




TO 
LIVE 
SOBER 
TRIDENT SERVICES . 

THIEF RIVER WIS. HNE67TJ1 
Sorvtog The Owmkally Dependent In P«inloBtoo And Sunwrndlt^AfMs 



HALFWAY HOUSE 681 8135 

PRIMARY INPATIENT 681-7304 

EXTENDED CARE 681-603? 

— DETOX & OUTPATIENT COUNSELING — 
MN 1-800-752-5181 -FAX 218-681-6011 



Individual And Family Coutsaflrtfl Aswswnwits and Refwrali 
. . JtfcCpingTtopU Manage CHange. . . 



YOUR NORTH COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER 





BE READY WITH AN 

ALTRA POWER BATTERY 



NOW ON SALE 



GROUP 24 $A0 95 

MO COLD CHANKING AMPS, Rag. «0.95....*Tfci 

GROUP 24 $KQ95 

DEEPCYCLE,110AMPHOUR,R8a.«7i95-»JW A 
GROUP 27 : $CQ95 

DEEP CYCLE, 140 AMP HOUR, Refl. S83J5-WW 



30% OFF 

ALL ROLL PROCESSING 

01 110, 126, Disc, And 135 Color Print Film 

Special In Effect May SB ■ June 1 

BRUCE PHARMACY 

•We're Your Family Pharmacists" 

681-3523 

421 N. LaBree Thief River Falls 



HURRY IN.v.SALE ENDS 
SATURDAY, JONE¥lMH»- 



ALTRA POWER BATTERY CO. 



Hwy. 1t 59 West . 



Ttitel River Falte 



&*J*PiM&.' 



cmmwinotaer 

Remember Your 
Graduates With 

fCoraCSirrangements, 

(BaCCoons, & gifts 
From 

9<dCs 




Halts floral, Inc. 

217 E. 3rd. St. 681-1940 Thief River Falls 



-M^TlUITOIICTraiCO-«EBEAT«m»«rePire i»-»EilSAT«)rcCT^ 



Panasonic 



COMPACT 
VHS-C 

cfuconoeR 

?EiZBrtl*4 

iswsfitsia 







«699 



100 



ON MAY 28, AFTER 11 YEARS, THE fMAGN/MOX^ 
RECORD BARN WILL BE NO LONGER 



is. WE'RE PROUD TO INTRODUCE... 



PRCP COFFEE & 



COOKIES 

PRIZES GIVEN 
AWAYDAILYI 



Panasonic 



REMOTE STEREO BAOl SYSTEM 



v $ 349 00 

YAMAHA 



CAaSETTE CAD RECEIVER 



• FmarlUm Facta 

$-198°° 



Budget 
Electronics 



SELLING NATIONALLY KNOWN BRAND NAMES! 



- JVC • HITACHk. PANASONIC • CLARION 

• MAGNAVOX • YAMAHA • SONY 

> PLUS OTHER MAJOR BRANDS! 



WE WILL BEAT ANYONES PRICES ON 



. TV's • VCR's • CAMCORDERS • HOME & 
CAR STEREOS • PORTABLES 



REttOH COMPACT MCtnATER 



*88 



(00 




*169 

H GoldStar 



$ 199 



|00 



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WE OFFER THE LARGEST SELECTION OF 



TAPES & CD's IN THE AREA! ^caW 
EVERY ITEM IN OUR STORE 



r $ 799°° 

'@™TAChT 



SALE PRICED! 



$ 799°°> 



GRAND OPENING! 

2 BIG WEEKS! MAY 28 - JUNE 8 " 




REGISTER TO WIN " 

TWINS TICKETS 

AND 

HOTEL FOR 2 



FREE 2 

LITER OF 

PEPSI 

With Every Purchase 
While Tney Lastl ' 



OH* 

Tu» • RarnMnvAcom Hi 
■ OivOowiOm*) 

, $ 188 

r JVC 



00 




BANK 
FINANCING 



€3 

Budget 
Electronic^ 

312 East 3rd St 681-2309. j __ Thief River Falls 




$149 00 

JVC 



CASSETTE PLAYER 






$149 



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rcBCATAHTOKCBPmC£B-WEBtATANV0W»PHIca8-OTBBATAHYC«ggPmC£B — WI BEAT AWTOWrBPRlCtS-WE BEAT AHYOHgtt PRICES — WE BEAT 



Friday, May 24, 1991 



BOOKLETS 

extern Dwlgrwrf Jo Ft tout Nmoi 



B11-44S0-Thler River FeOi 



FOR SALE 

MP Maid J6 5P S*uh*r, ■]»( 6 mi, 
S77S. 1771 Dod|a. 3/4, 4x4, 311. 4.>pd, 

66,000 mi., food trip tiiti, nitty boa. 
Jlisa. JO" Grain Aat*r, 4" tiiaric motor. 
150. Tanarirt Poloud ft*ti, 6-I/1*, f I.0O, 

s- -is*. 435-6820 or 435-6724 



LAND FOR SALE 

Approximately 5000 Acres In 
Klondike Twp. 
Eutem Kitison Co., MN 
l.CRPLAND 

2. CROPLAND Some Peat 
& Mineral Soil With 
100% Wheat Base 

3. HUNTING LAND 
We'll Sell Any Combination 

Of Above Acreage. 
CONTACT BILL RAMAGE 
218-379-3215 



NEWHQVRS 

Now In Effect At 

DISCOUNT MEATS 

& GROCERIES 

964-5555 St. Hllalre, MN 
M-F9-Noon1-6P.M. 
Sat. 10 A.M. -.3 P.M. 

WvDoOn 77» Farm ButcrmrtogI 



QUALITY 
USED CARS 



1880 BUrCXCEHTUHY.WR. 



1fl»CHT/.LUH«A.*V0fi. 



1996 CHEO4-T0N 4X4 



1990 OU)&CUTlAS3SUPHaE,<-Dfl. 
1990 F0B0 TEMPO. 4-DR. 



1990 FCBD TAURUS, 4-OR, 



1990 OUBCAUU3.4-PR. 



1989 CHEV.CEL£BBiTY.4-DrL 



1989 CH£V.1fl-TON 4X4 



IBM FOHDTAURU3WAG0H 



IBM CADtmCSEDAH Dt=VHiE4-Dfl 
1881 FOBD ESCORT OT.J-DR. 



IMS BUrCXHEQJrl [JUTTED, 3-Dfl. 
18M FOBDRANQEH 



1067 FORDTAUBUaWR. 



1988 FORD F-1S0, 4X9 



1BaBBLNTOELECTHA.<-OB. 



19W OU& CUTLASS CERA, l-PR. 



198S CHEVROLET VAH- 



1884 MAZDA PICKUP 



IBM IIEBCUBY UAHOU13,4-DB. 



IBB CADttlACSEVLLE,4-DB. 
1B81 FOHDF-2M,4X4 



An^JJJpnBj 



ANDERSON 

W>T S - 

USED CARS 
3rd & Horace 681-3600 
Adolpn ft Francis Anderson 



BLOWN 
ENGINE? 

DON'T REBUILD IT 

YOURSELFI 

USEGMGOODWRENCH 

REPLACEMENT ENGINE 



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nnnd 



Don't wn»td your ti 

monoy robuildino »n old enplii 

on your own — replace it with a 

GM Goodvwonch cnalno, backed 

by o 30 month, B0.0OO mllo 

Hmltodwefrnniy.* Lot our foctory- 

Wolnad lochnlclan* handlo 

Imiallalion [or you. You'll oet 

back on Iho loud quicker, with a 

GM Goodwroneh onnlno you cm 

truit. boeauio ii'i built to atrict 

GM quality i peel Heat lon«. 

STAHT1NQATONLY 



00 



$ 995 



'Soo um for details, 

,GWwrtj«6K 

NORTHERN 
MOTORS, INC. 

Hwy. 1 a59T.B.F. 681-4820 



CLARK'S 
DAIRY SUPPLY 

Jtfhlhl^kAt fMrDikyNMs 

Dairy Svpptka 

Nnv ft UMd EqulpnMirt 

Instatlarilon * fUMlr 

Em«ro«nov Scryio* 

. cm436-2168 > 



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SUPER CLEAN PRE-OWNED AUTOS 



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OUR ADVERTISERS 
SAVE YOU MONEY! 



HOLTAN 
IRON 

IS BUYING IRON! 

LoctrUd On Hwy. BO North 
Ltehlnd Pritm World 
NOWPAYING 

CUT IRON , 60ton 

COUNTRY MIX...*40toh 
CARS ft TIN *20tuK 



Truck Weighing Service 
Available- On SHe, 



681-1210 

PICKUP SERVICE AVAILABLE 




1 M1 Mare. Tracar, Wagon 
1090 Ford Taurua QL, 4-Dr. 

1989 Ford Proba QL, 2-Dr, 
1980 Ford Taurua, 4-Dr. 

1990 Ford Tampo OL, 4-Dr. 
1987 Chryalar LaBaron, 2-Dr. 



1990 Ford EacortLX,2-Or. ■ 
198S litre Qrd. Marqukj LS, 4-Dr. 
1987 Chtv. Catobrity, 4-Dr. 
1983 Chav. Uallbu, Wagon 
1982 Ford Oranada, 4-Dr. 
1979 OWa. Data 88, 4-Dr. 



1980 Ford T-BIrd, 2-Dr. 

1989 Ford Tampo, 4-Dr. 
1988.Jaap Cnarot0M,4x4 

1990 Ford Hangar Soparc*b,4i2 
19B9Dodgallln>-Van 

1988 Ford F150XL, Lariat, 4x4 
197SFordF150,4x2 



1088 Ford F150 XL, Lartat, 4x2 
1985 Chav. C-10,4x4 
1984 Ford F150, 4x2 
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Frldaj, Mn> 24, 1991 



Bovs North Siib-RBQion 8 AA track... 

Prowlers sending 
11 to Region 8AA 



Nineteen Thief River Falls bovs 
took pan in Ihc 1991 North Sub- 
Region SAA hiph school track meet 
Thursday, and 11 of them qualified 
for Region 8AA competition, pro- 
ducing a bil of sunshine for ihc 
Prowlcn during a rain-plagued out- 
ing at Bemidji. 

~ "We're well-satisfied," said Thief 
River Falls coach Tim Olson. 
"Everybody got through that we 
expected, plus a couple of surprises. 
It's a solid group. It was great." 

Moorhcad took team honors with 
86 points, followed closely by 
Bemidji with 81, Thief River Falls 
70. Detroit Lakes 63 1/2 and Fergus 
Falls 49 1/2. 

"Thai's one of the lightest sub- 
regions we've ever had," pointed out 
Olson. 

Top eight finishers in each of the 
individual events, plus the top four 
finishers in each relay nice, earned 
spots in the Region SAA meet, 
scheduled to be held Saturday, June 
1. at Concordia College In 
Moorhcad. 

Thief River Falls had four first 
plxe finishes as John Wallberg took 
the shot put with a toss of 46-9, Joel 
Davis ran the 800 meters in 2.-04.42, 
Anthony Diaz covered the 1600 
meters in 4:37.63 nnd the 1600 



meter medley relay of Casey 
Johaneson. Thane Espc, Chris 
Burslie and Davis turned in a 
school-record 3:45 .59. 

The Prowlers really stood out in 
the distance events as Diaz, Bryan 
Cloutier and Darrin Haagenson 
went 1-2-4 in the 1600 in 4:37.63, 
4:37.80 and 4:46.30, respectively, 
and finished 2-3-4 in the 3200 in 
10:12.33, 10:16.91 and 10:19.65. 



PcW vaiA • 3. JooJ Dovta. 1O0. 

300 motor hurtflc* - 5. Devon Offtndbota, 
4fl.3S. 

800 - t. Joot Davt*. 204.42. 

2CO-7.KovlnJohraon2«.5t. 

1600 - 1. Anlhony Diaz, 437.63; 2. Bryan 
Clouller, 4:37.00: 4. Dairln Haaganaon, 
4:4830. 

4x1 relay - 4. TRF (CaaayJohanaton, 
Kovta Jotmaon. Chia BunUo. TTwna Eipo). 
40.60. 

320O - 2. Anthony D«l. 10:12.33: 3. 
Brymn Cloullor. 10:08.91; 4. Da it In 
KsagonaoA. IftlO.M. 

41400 ntay - 3. TRF (Chill Burall*. 
Casey Johonoaon. Thano Eipo. Joot Davto), 
3:40 J1. 

tflOO modloy relay - 1. TRF (Cuaay 
Johaowon. Thano E«po. Chrta Burtlo. JmI 
Davb). 3:49.59. 

110 high hurtlM - 0. Devon Grandboia, 

19.03. 

ICO -S.Kevin Johnson, 12J3. 

High Jump - 7. Down Grancbota. 5-3. 

Dbcua - 3. Shano Skoim, 138-2; 4. John 
WaDbotg. 1300. 




Lincoln High School senior Derek Larson, shown with Thief 
River Falls boys head golf coach Dick Tyler, will be headed to 
the 1991 Class AA stato golf tournament following his first- 
placo tie at the Region 8AA moot In Park Rapids Wednesday. 



Region 8AA girls golf ... 

Alexandria wins title 



Women's Softball 



Alexandria girls lived up to their 
role as prc-tournament favorites 
Wednesday by winning Region 
SAA high school golf honors at 
Park Rapids. 

The Cardinals won their second 
straight Region 8AA title with a 
four-player, 18-hole 351. Little 
Falls was a distant second with a 
374, followed by Bemidji at 377, 
Brainerd 386, Fergus Falls 387, 
Moorhcad 418. Thief River Falls 
and Detroit Lakes 423 and SL Cloud 
Apollo 453. 

Championship team, along with 
the top five individual finishers, 
earned Class AA state tournament 
berths. Joy Jolinson of Little Falls 
was meet medalist with an 81. 
Other state qualifiers were Julie 
Melby, Alexandria. 83; Tami 
Burlingamc, Bemidji, 86; Tracy 
Mclby, Alexandria, 87; Annie 



Guslafson, Brainerd, 87. 

For the Prowlers, sophomore 
Amy Enge shot 51-49-100, senior 
Aimce Tyler 51-54-105, sophomore 
Kara LcMoinc 57-54-111. junior 
Dcanna Stcnscth 60-52-112. junior 
Goyle Rhincbcrgcr 57-56-113 and 
junior Jolcnc Gonsorowski 59- 
59-116. 

"The girls played well." reported 
Thief River Falls coach Charlie 
Cornell. "It's a tough course. We 
did the best we could. Wcjusthada 
couple of bad holes." 



First set of games were complet- 
ed, but rain washed out the second 
half of the Thief River Falls 
Women's Slow Pitch Softball 
League doublchcadcrs Wednesday. 

Cneril Olson was 5-for-5, while 
Rhonda Bcito, Paula Fanfulitand 
Patti Peterson all had 4-for-5 games 
as the Best Western Inn 
Ridgcrunncrs handled Rainbow 
Nursery 28-0. 

Joncllc Konickson had a pair of 
doubles and drove in two runs, 
while Kelly Storhaug and Jodi 
Bcndickson had triples as Legion/ 
Salhcr Law defeated Piaa Hut 14- 



Boys8AA to urnament.. 

Larson shares 
region golf title 



Dorok Larson of Thiol Rrvor 
Falls and Joll Proctor ol St. 
Cloud Apollo shared champi- 
onship honors at tho 1991 
Rogion 8AA boys high school 
goll tournament Wodnosday 
in Park Rapids to head a list 
of slato moot qualifiers. 

Thero was no playoff, and 
tho co-champions will 
roceivo identical lirst placo 
modals attar turning in 74"s 
for tho 18-holoovont. 

Team-wise, Bemidji won its 
fifth straight Rogion 8AA lillo 
with a (our-man 307, followed 
by Alexandria at 313, St. 
Cloud Apollo 322, Fergus 
Falls 325. Moorhoad 330. 
Detroit Lakos 333. Thiol 
River Falls and St. Cloud 
Tech 335, Brainerd 342 and 
Little Falls 345. 

Tho entire Bemidji squad, 
plus the top five individuals, 
eamod stato meet spots. 

Joining Larson and Proctor 
in the top five wero" Andy 
Brink and Scott Andersen ol 
Bemidji wilh 75's and Todd 
Gease ol Alexandria at 76. 

Class AA stato tournament 
will be played Juno 5-6 at 
Bunker Hills Country Club in 
Coon Rapids. 

It was the lirst champi- 
onship finish ol the 1991 sea- 



son for Larson, a sonior. who 
is Iho rolgning Thiol Rivor 
Goll Club champion. Ho 
turned In idonlical rounds ol 
37-37. Tho four-year lotlor 
winnor is tho first Thiol Rivor 
Falls boy to earn a stato goll 
tournament spot sinco Bob 
Goatz accomplished tho loal 
as a junior in 1986. 

"Dorok playod vory woll." 
said Thiol River Falls coach 
Dick Tylor. "Ho was vory 
consistent; vory focused on 
evory hole. That's tho bost 
ho's dono all year." 

Other Thiol River Falls 
scores Included senior Cory 
DeLap with a 42-44-86.\ 
freshman Ma* Tangquisf 43- 
44-87, senior Mark Daniels 
43-45-88. junior Troy 
Bertram 46-45-91 and junior 
Tom Upham 50-46-96. 

"A couple ol the kids were 
disappointed they didn't do 
bettor." notod Tyler. "Thoy 
played pretty well, but some 
of them were realty hurt by a 
a couple of bad holes. I was 
very pleased with Tangqulst. 
Ho playod vory sjeady. 

Larson, DeLap and Daniels 
wero the only seniors on the 
squad. Bertram was ham- 
pered by a knee injury, point- 
ed out Tyler. 



' Elsewhere, VFW shut out Handy 
Farms 4-0, the Swingers out-scored .„.„ . „..,_ .„ 

Middle River M&M 23-9 and Best North Sub-RegJOfl 8AA baseball.. 
Western Inn got by the Mush-A- _ " ^.- r ._.. -^ . „_ 

Rets 6-4. 

DraHaUal 

LogtorVSolhor Low 3 

Boat Woatorn Inn Ridgorunnora,,! 
VFW 2 



Prowlers host Lakers 



8AA softball games are postponed by rain 



Mddo Rivor MSM.... 

RalnSow Nursery 



Rain washed out the 1991 North 
Sub-Region SAA high school soft- 
ball tournament scheduled Thursday 
at Detroit Lakes. 

The four-team event was resched- 



uled for today (Friday) with No. I- 
sceded Detroit Lakes playing No. 4 
Thier River Falls and No. 2-sccded 
Moorhcad taking on No. 3 Bemidji 
in Ihc morning semifinals. 



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Swlngora 23, Mlddlo Rivor MAM 0; Baal 
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Woatorn Inn nirlgorijnrirjrn 20, Rainbow 
Nursory 0; LoolooSutfwr Law 14, Ptofl Nul 
8; VFW 4. Handy Fornia 0. 
Sebadula 
Wadnaadav. Hay 28 • (6:20 p.m.) 
Mlddlo Rlvof MiM va. Loglon/Saitior Law, 
FtolrJ 1 ; Bool Western Inn vo. Plua Hui, 
Bold 2; Handy Farms va. Rainbow Nursory. 
Flold 3. Swlnaoro vs. VFW, Field 4: Boil 
Woalom Inn Fudwrunnora vs. Mus-A-Roto, 
Fast Pilch Flold. (730 fun.) LogtorVSothoi 
Low vs. Boat Woatorn Inn RWgarunnora, 
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Flold 4; Muah-A-Rots vt. VFW. Foal Pilch 
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Thief River Falls hosts Detroit 
Lakes Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in a First 
round North Sub-Region 8AA high 
school baseball tournament game on 
Irv Wilson Field. 

The tournament will be complet- 
ed Wednesday at Bemidji. In the 
semifinals, the Thief River Falls- 
Detroit Lakes winner will meet the 
host Lumberjacks at 11 tun., while 
Moorhcad and Fergus Falls play at 
2. Championship game is scheduled 
for 5 that same day. 

In a coaches' vote, Bemidji was 
presented with the No. 1 seed and 



Moorhcad was picked No. 2. . 

Fergus Falls and Thief River Falls J 

shared the third spot, but the Otters i 

won the Ue-breakinn coin flip. ] 

Thief River Falls and Detroit i 

Lakes met back on April 19 when ] 

the visiting Prowlers won 6-3, The i 

Lakers finished wilh apiece of the j 

Mid-State Conference title this j 

spring, tying Wadena and Park j 

Rapids at 4-1 in league ploy. ] 

The Prowlers, 8-7, were sched- i 

uled to close out the 1991 regular j 
season schedule with a 4:30 p.m. 
game at Roseau today (Friday). 



Roseau sweeps TRF 5-4, 8-4 In JV baseball 

Roseau swept Thief River Falls in hada pair of Thief River Falls hits, 

a laic-rcportcd junior varsity high Roseau scored six times in the 

school baseball doublcheadcr third inning to take tho second game 

ployed Tuesday ut Northland 8-4. Brett Peterson was the losing 

Community College. pitcher in another complete-game 

A two-run rally in the top of the Thief River Falls mound perfor- 

sixth and final inning gave Roseau a mancc. Brad Krngness came up 

5-4 first-game win. Rick Ostby with a pair of hits for the Wayne 

took the pitching loss in a route- Rahlf-coachcd Thief River Falls 

going performance. Josh B aimer squad. . 



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Property consists ot a total of 7,285 4 
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and Includes a shop and star*, a 3 
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Friday, May 24, 1991 



SPORTS 



Page 13 



North Sub-Reoion 8AA i ndividual tenn is tournament... 

TRF players eliminated 



All Tour Thief River Falls entries 
were eliminated in their Tint match- 
es during, the individual portion of 
the 1991 North Sub-Region SAA 
high school tennis tournament si 
Detroit Laics. 

Top four finishers in both tingles 
and doubles advance to the stale 
meet-qualifying Region 8AA tour- 
nament in Brainerd May 28-29. 

Jesse Bcckerman of Detroit Lakes 
won the North Sub-Region 8AA 
singles Crown, with Charlie Baau 
and Chau Trinh of Fergus Falls tak- 
ing the doubles title. 

In singles, the Prowlers' John 
Sesverson received a first round 
bye, then fell to Pat Trochil of 
Moorhcad 6-1, 6-4 in the quarterfi- 
nals, while Brian Gillespie dropped 
a 6-4, 6*1 first round decision to 
Matt Frcrichs of Fergus Falls. 

In doubles, the Prowlers' Ryan 
Haugcn and Jay Lusignan received 
a first round bye before losing to 
Chad Smith and Pat Shol of Fcijiu 
Falls 6-1, 6-4 tn the quarterfinals, 
while Marc Seavcrson and Trevor 



Haugcn lost a 6-2. 1-6, 6-4 first 
round decision to Dwaync Lunde 
and Jeremy Dahl of Detroit Lakes. 

Marc Seavcrson is a freshman 
and and Trevor Ilaugen is a sopho- 
more; the other Thief River Falls 
entries in the individual competition 
were seniors. 

"Marc and Trevor played very 
well," reported Thief River Falls 
coach Rick Engelstad, "and John 
played hard." 

Fergus Falls won the North Sub- 
Region SAA team title earlier in the 
week, beating Bemidji 4-3 in the 
finals. 

Team portion of the Region SAA 
tournament will be played Tuesday 
in Brainerd. 

North Sub-A*glon «AA Stngl** 
Rat round - Man FrettcM (FF) dtl. Brian 
Oltlaipla (TRF) 0-4, 8-1; Mlfca Olllora 
(Moortettf) dot. Brad Frtose (DL) 0-2. 0-0. 

Ouantrllnali - Jooio Bockarmon (DL) 
dot. Frartcna 0-1.0-4: Pal Trodill (MoorhMd) 
dot. John Soavoraon (TRF) 6-1, 0-4; Rob 
Chrlttophorion (FF) dot. Jason Kortwnan 



SwnAnaH - Backarman oaf. TroeNl 7-* 
l),e-t; OUtdal. CWatopManon 6-1.8-3. 



■I. TiecM 



7-a),e-t;C**ei 
Oianiplonafit) 



ThW f*MC» - CFKUcptwton t 
B-3, tO. * 

North Sub-fUfllon SAA Doubloa 

FW round- Dwayna Unda-Joromy Dahl 
(OL) OX Marc f>avarion-Tr»vor Haugan 0- 
2. ie. 0-4: o\*a Khauthewna-Bhawn Eoan 
(DL) d*l. B'tnl Knuiion-Troy Holaea* 
(UoonS»orf)6-ze-1. 

Cuan*fHna)a - ChorSa DaaU-Chau TnVih 
(FF) dat. LunoVDaN 0-1. 0-2; Chad SmRh- 
Pat Shol (FF) dat. Ryan Hauflin-Jay 
LutWnan (TRF) 0-1 , 0-4; Tony Wall-Cony 
AmiMh (Uoorhood) dal. Dan LuUifl-Zaeh 
Bailay (Bsmldii) 0-3. 0-4; John 
Huturnlar/Shana Wllllama (G«mld|l)'dat. 



S-O. 0-1: Hutlamlsr-Wllllama dol. 
WatlAm»a<hM.e-3. 

Championship - Oaoti-Tdhn dol, 
HuntmMr-WUIarn* 0-2. 0-4. 

Thlnl placo - Arnaoth-Wati dol. Smlrh- 
SholB-4.0-2. 

North Sub-fUalon BAATtam Ftaoulla 

Flrat round - DolroO LnWra dot. Thiol FWor 
FaSs 0-1. 

Samlllnala - Foroui Fatla dol. Doiroli 
Lakot 4-3. BomUjI dol. Moorhoad 4-3. 

Champkmahb • Forou* Fntti dol. Bomldll 
6-1, 



- Sports Briefs - 



Region 8AA Changes 

; Alexandria will be shifted 
from South Sub-Region SAA 
to North Sub-Region SAA 

i beginning with the 1991-92 
school year to accommodate 

1 changes in the Region SAA 

' line-up. 

Elk River will be switching 
from Region 4AA and Sauk 
Rapids will be moving up 
from Region 4A to join 
Brainerd, Little Falls, St. 
Cloud Apollo and Sl Cloud 
Tech In South Sub-Region 
SAA nut year. 

To balance out the Region 
SAA line-up, Alexandria will 
join Thief River Falls, Detroit 
Lakes, Bemidji, Fergus Falls 
and Moorhcad in the North 
Sub- Region SAA. 

Babe Ruth Baseball 

Thief River Falls Babe Ruth 
baseball practices/try-outs 
have been scheduled for Irv 
Wilson Held. 

The 13-yeor-oIds report at 1 
pjn, Saturday, June 1, and at 3 

fjn. Monday, June 3. The 14- 
S-ycar-olds^port at 1 p.m. ' 
June 3. 

Players must have their 
registration fees paid before 
they can join the practice 
sessions. Late fees must be 
paid to one of the team 
representatives. 



Golf Club Spring 
Scramble event 
draws large field 

There were 96 entries on hand for 
the first fund-raising Spring 
Scramble Classic held recently at 
the Thief River Golf Club. 

Sponsored by Northwest Airlink, 
the event included a Friday night 
social-dinner-dance and a Saturday 
golf tournament, where the champi- 
onship team was presented with 
$600 in merchandise prizes, plus 
four round-trip tickets from Thief 
River Falls to any Northwest 
Airlines destination within the 48 
contiguous states. 

Second-lhrough-six place finish- 
ers earned S500, $400, $300, $200 
and $100 merchandise prizes, 
respectively. 

TopSlxHnlahM 

1. Slan SJobara, Dnvo Slalar, Don 
Goodrich. LL Jones -64. 

2. Tom Kayo, Biuoo Kolkrf, Lorry Dotmont, 
WaDyKruogor-65. 

3. Davo Oonli. Tom Qroolla. Miko 
Horaon, Dorta Twomoy - 00. 

4. Jim HoBo. Bll Ponntng. Brum Pierce, 
CHekNloland-6e. 

5. Tom Wllllama. Jim Rogalla, Hal 
Frooman, Saml HoJ - 67. 

0. Jim Carlaon, Kjoll Molvlo. John 
Poioraon. Bin Codtas - 08. 

H Pool Schedule ,\ — 

Monday, May 27 - 0:30-730 a.m. lap 
a*lm; 6-7 pm. waior ooroblca; 7-8 p.m. tap 
mvlm: 8-B p.m. open swimming. 

Tuaaday, May 26 • 030-7:30 a.m. lop 
aw)m:7-Bp.m. opon swimming. 

Wwlniaday, May 29 - 630-730 o.m. lop 
awlm; 0-7 p.m. waior ooroblco: 7-8 p,m. 
oduli awlm lotsons. 

Thursday, May 30 - doood. 



Franklin tennis team 
ends season at EGF 

Franklin Middle School boys ten- 
nis team closed out its 1991 season 
Tuesday with a match at East Grand 
Forks. 

Franklin Ooldve. EOF 
is - Cosoy Tlo (EOF)) i 

B-1;Soamus Dully (FMS) 

Solium 6-3; Josh Oonywakl (EOF) dol. 
Shano Dully 6-3; Joaon Aslrup (EGF) dol.- 
Joromy TronWno 6-S Erlo Jotlo (FMS) dol. 
Shawn Cattnhen 0-4: ErikAndonon (EOF) 
dol. Slolan RonchottJ 6-0-. Jorsmy Tronlllno 
(FMS) dot. Paul Thuroon 6-4. 

Ooublea • Hangolobon-Hurty (EQFldol, 
RothschodMCracnoaa B-3: DuWy^oilo IFMS1 
dol. CjlohoivaorTywaW 6-3; Hurty>J< 



(EOF] dot. Rothachadt-Kragnosa 0-0; Aolrup- 
Thuison (EOF) del. Trsnlllno-Jallo 6-2; 
JortrottfrHongilobori (EOF) dol. Ftothschodl- 
Kragnoss 0-1: CVoo^Erfckson (EOF) dol. 
Johnoon- Dully 8-4, 

Franklin Bluava. EOF 
Slnglos • Brian Wobor (EOF) dot. KoRh 
Andonon S-3; Brad Rom (EGF) dol. Mck 
Chlodo 6-2; Juslln Knowllon (EOF) dol, 
Slovo Rambeck 0-2: Ryan Borg (EOF) dol. 
Shano Dondolngor 6-2; Jaaon Boppro (EGF1 
dol. Joah Moby 6-2; Kri* Maroon (EGF) dol. 



(FMS) dal. Kory Knolf 7-B: Tony JoHo (FMS) 
dol. Juailn Walton 6-4; Jim Normandln 
[EOF) dot. Ryan Swanaon 6-1. 

Doubles - Andorson^hlodo (FMS) dol. 
Roso-Wobor 0-4; Knewlion-Borg (EOF) dol. 
RflrnbocH-Dondotlngor 0-4; Boppro- Mnrcoii 



Franklin pool will be 
closed starting May 30 

Franklin Middle School pool will 
be closed May 30 through June 2, it 
was announced by pool director 
Ryan Lokkcn. 




SellltwithaTimesAdl Call68M450. 



14 TRF girls 
advancing to 
Region 8AA 

Moorhead ran away with the 
team tide in the girls portion of the 
1991 North Sub-Region 8AA high 
school track mcctal Uemidji, finiib- 
ing with a 96-point spread ova run- 
ner-up Bemidji. 

The Spuds collected 155 points, 
followed by Bemidji with 59, Thief 
River Falls 54, Detroit Lakes 51 and 
Fergus Falls 14. 

Top eight finishers in each indi- 
vidual event, along wilh the top four 
finishers in each relay race, quali- 
fied for the Region SAA meet 
Saturday, June 1, at Concordia 
College in Moorhcad. 

Fourteen Prowlers will advance, 
headed by two first place finishers - 
Jodi Kruta with a 13.6 in the 100 
and Leah Helgcnsei wilh a 12:18 in 
the 3200. 

"We did pretty well," offered 
Thief River Falls coach Glenn 
Chiodo. "There were no upsets, and 
maybe even a couple of surprises in 
the people we qualified, we didn't 
have our premiere times of the year, 
but I think the weather (rain) had 
something to do wilh lhaL" 

TRF Rtglon BAA Oualffltrs 

4x1 rotay • 3. TRF (Koly Skekit. Alison 
Myers. rOm Myers. Jesalca Boggo), 09.7. 

400-5. Amy Adams. 64.8. 

300 motDf hurdloa - 3. Jodi Krula. 483. 

BOO- 2. Tonl Chiodo. 229. 

200 - 6. Joitlca Boggo. 20.0. 

4i8 rolny - 2. TRF (Terr! Ettotand. Soma 
ToratKion, Htridl Gundoraon. Tool Chiodo), 
1020. 

100-1. JodlKnfla. 13.0. 

4*2 relay - 3. TRF (Ke&y Skoim, Josska 
Buggo.Jomlo Dohnon, Amy Adams), 1:58 J>. 

3200 - 1. Loan Holgonsot, 12:18; 7.Ltao 
Swanson, 13:01. 

4x4 rolsy - 3. TRF (Torrl EHeland, Jodi 
Krula. Amy Adam*. Tonl ChkxJo), 433. 

High Jump - 4. Amy Adams, 4-8. 

Shol pul - 0. Nancy Ooako, 30-7 MZ 

Long lump - 3. Jodi Krula, 10-0 1/4; 7. 
Koly Skein. 14-03/4. 

1000 • 2, Soma Toigerson. 0:48; S. Torrl 
ESoland. B;S4. 

TRF girls close out JV 
golf season at Roseau 

An invitational meet at Roseau 
Tuesday closed out the 1991 season 
for the Thier River Falls girls junior 
varsity high school golf team. 

Roseau A won team honors with 
a 205, followed by Bemidji A at 
210, Bemidji B 223, East Grand 
Forks 225. Thief River Falls 234, 
Roseau B 239 and Crookston 254. 

Jessica Hegenah of Bemidji was . 
meet medalist with a 45. 

Thief River Falls scores included 
Kelly Liden and AngieiJahlen wilh 
55's, Kari Schomcr 61, Angle Efta 
63, Lisa Ostby 66, Sara Tyler 67. 
Angie DcUp 75, Angie Goulct 76 
anaNicky Armstrong 77. 



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broadleaf weeds before iftey steal your crop j 
moisture. Or Rob it of valuable plant foods, the 
secret Is using the right 2, 4-D formula. 
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681-3211 



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378-414* 



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TILLER 

HERBICIDE 

FOR PIGEONGRASS 

AND WILD OATS MIXED 

WITH PIGEONGRASS 

I TILLER~Herbicidecannowbe 
used in Minnesota for postemer- 
gence control ol pigeongrass (green 
and yellow foxtail) and mixed infesta- 
tions of wild oats plus foxtail species 
in hard red spring wheat. TILLER 
can be applied when pigeongrass 
is in the 3-leaf to 2-titler stage, and 
I wild oats, the 4-leaf to 2-tiller stage. 

TILLER can also be tank-mixed wilh Banvel, Buctril 

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SPORTS 



Friday, May 24, 1991 



Boys JV/JH golf team hosts TRF Invitational 



Final meet of the 1991 season for 
the Thief River Falls boys junior 
varsity/middle school golf team was 
Thursday's Thief River Falls 
Invitational. 

Wjrrcn/AIvanido won learn hon- 
ors wiih a 165, followed by Thief 
River Falls No. 1 nt 169, Thier 
River Falls No. 2 192, Thief River 
Falls No. 4 207. Thief River Falls 
No. 3 211 and East Grand Forks 
243. with Red Lake Falls fielding an 
incomplete team. 

Medalist was Barry Rhinebergcr 
of Thief River Falls with a 38. 

Rest of iTTc Thief River Falls 
scores included Jason Lambert with 
a 40, Chad Norilhagcn 45, Ryan 
Poole 46, Cory OiTcniahl 46, Jason 
Noel 46. Mark Sullivan 46, Tim 
Barry 47. Aaron Ehrcnstrom 47, 
Sam Adams 48, Barren 
Ccrmundson 50, Eric Halbot 51. 
Chris Bjerkcn 51, Mike Hink 51. 



Chris Efta 51. Paul Consorowski 
52. Jarcd Lee 53. Pete Johnson 53, 
Kyle Mehrkens 54, Chris Thompson 
55. Jeremy Brciland 55, Joel 
Johnson 55, Brad Daniels 57, Craig 
Huot 57, Josh Engevick 59, Greg 
Wik 63, Jarohmia Efta 68. Ben Brcn 
82. 



— I Sports Items I 

Crookston Softball 
Crookston Classic men's slow 
pitch sofiball tournament will be 
played Sunday, June 2, 

Registration fee is S70. Send reg- 
istrations to Crookston Park & 
Recreation, 124 No. Broadway, 
Crookston, MN56716. 



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Lost & Found 

FOUND- East on Hwy. 1. gray "Tutfbox" 
with TV equipment inside- . II your* colt 
661-2854. NM114I 

Livestock 

FOR SALE- Ono Angus hord siro 3-yonrs 
old. sirod by EAF. Entorprtso yearling 
Angus bulb wit! portommnco records 
available. CraJgmilo Angus. Den or Paul. 
fl*3 -272g, 643-2553 or 843-3656. NM2- 

ATTENTION FARMERS: Cosh on tho 
(arm tor thin, lamo and slow coolo. Alto 
down and disables cattlo and hogs. 
Ploaso call 218-935-2695 or 938-4137 

gnyEmo. NMI4t6-17p 

PUREBRED ANGUS bulls lor takt, tor- 
bLty trntod, portermanco toatod, also IT 
chisel plow and 6-80 bushol hog foodors, 

phono 253-2306. NM4t7p 

FOR SALE- Yorkshire and Crossbred 
boars, have boon to* tod; toady lor 

soma), eaa 6bi-402b, wmsc 

FOR SALE- B-your AOHA more, gonoo. 
woll broKo (or onyono to rklo. 15"3H 
Grand duughtor ol Oo-Mon-Oo. 
$1,500 CO. Beautiful Paint mare, 4-yoar 
haltor champ. 465-4440. 1142p 



Machinery 



FOR SALE- GoN modol #1500 round 
bokir; misc. grain augers; IB-It 103 Vor- 
■ atllo swathor; 16-lt. 135 Massey 
•Warner; 1078 Ford 1-ton truck; col 681- 

402B.NM4tSc 

FOR SALE- 310 Sunsot bulk tank and* 
eomproMof. $200.00; fiborgloss pickup 
toppor lor tmal pickup. 5100.00; 20-tt, 
Badger bam doanor chuto. 1-year old, 
SGOO.OO/obo. 378-4325 ovonlngs. 
NM314p 

RADIATOR HEPA1R- Why rocoro whorl 
wo maybo aUo to robuHd? No Job too big 
or too smau. Co* lor froo osttmato, Tfl 
Salvage. 661-6221. NM3-25rfa 

FOR SALE- SO Dodgo pickup with hoist, 
A-1 shapo; narrow front M International, 
745-5535. NM2fic 

FOR SALE- McCormk* Doorfng modol 
"A' tractor, atso stool wheels (or WC Alia, 
681-8832. 1142p 



FOR SALE- A good soloction ol purebred 
yoarfng Angus burls. Several Al from 
pramlnont slros. Con dollvor. Contact 
Potor Solom. 218-601-5208 or Alfred 
Solom. 218^81-3307. NM4rSp 



FOR SALE- 428 Cockshutt combino, 
good shape. 14-lt. Int. still tooth 
cultivator; 14-R. J.D. CO cultivator; cofl 
Bftor6p.m., 681-3501. 1H2p 

FOR, SALE- 2 6-tt tamtam dsks, puo- 
typo* 2 walk-In froexor units and 

troozer or taking box. Call 681-4858 
■ owning*. 1l42p 

FOR SALE- Stool whooEs tor a D John 
Doom, D John Dooro and HD5 ADs ChoJ. 
mori crawkw. Cafl 681-1245. 2t42p 



StUUEKTAL BULLS, yoartng*. poled," FORSALfrVmtto8-roweoltfvalorwtiharl 
low birth wolghtfl. viking. £23-4015. attachmonts, also 420 Hasston s.p. 

— swathor. always shoddod Phono 782- 

FORSAL£-BuD,purobrodTarontalsa.2- 2815. 1i42p 

years old. eholco of two. call 523-3285 »' ' 

B74-3B31. F2144p 



NEW BELARUS tractors. 31-h.p.. 
$4,050.00; 3fl-tip. 4-WD, S7.152.00; 57- 
h.p., $7,476.00; 65*.p., $8,310.00; 81- 
h.p., 30.886.00; 100-h.p. 4-WD, cab. 
$15,300.00; 180-h.p., 4-WD, cab, 
artlculalod. $32,340. SaH-lovoling 
IcedorrV 32,680.00. New and used parts. 
Looso plan available Lylo BJolland 
Tractors. Inc.. Ersklno. MN, 21 8-887- 
3126. 218687-2781. NM414p 



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FOR SALE- Purebred polled Horotord 
yoorfng bulls; obo Hobtoh stoor weigh- 
ing about 700 lbs. Cal ovonlngs, 268- 
4437. 1142p 

SIMUENTAL HEREFORD cross bull, ' 
olio Slmmontal Angus cross bull, 
yoarling. 523-4015. NM214p 

FOR SALE- Yoorljng Slmmontal and 
Sirrtmontal-Goibvioh bulls. Ono two-year 
old Simmontal bull. 776-3687 ovontngs. 
Lost Rivor Slmmontal, Cloarbrook. 3)44p 

FOR SALE- Yoarling Polled Horn lord 
buls, good setocodn of tal growthy and 
assy calving bulls, Irom lop Al. sires and 
W Knight IPIum 44. Also. 1 yoarling 
Pollad Slmmontal bull, slro ABS's 
Masters, reasonably priced, wil doBvor. 
Contact: Vordant Vnlloy Farms, 
Nowtolden. Phono 874-6S15 or 874- 

3742 NM66p ' 

FOR SALE- 17 purabrad yoorfng Angus 
hollors, roady lo brood. Prlood 
reasonably, lor mora information call 
Potor Solom. 218-681-5208 or Altrod 
Solom, 218-681-3807. NM2Up 

FOR SALE- Palomino quarter horso. 
show quaSty, Haltor and Ploasura. la- 
youts old, call 465-4513 ovonlngs. 

STANDING AT STUI> Black, AOHA, 
Trtpto Chick, Ooublo Thtsao, King. Jock 

broodng. 16.1 hands, 1200-1300 lbs. In- , r . 

troductory loo $100.00. Uvo foal bofts. 2B4-6370. NM4t6p 

guorantoo. 218-378-4504. Ooodrtdgo. 

FOR SALE- Purebred Angus buls. land 
2-yoars old, cafl 681-1760. 2143c 



$1,200.00; IMf Kawasaki 750 

rrtotercyclo. 6.000 mBos, $1,000.00; a 
ccmploto sharponlng shop with overy 
pioca of oquipmont oxcopt ono is brand 
now, asUng $0,000.00 or mako mo an ol- 
ter on any ono. Can 216-754-674! or 
218-75*6711. Ralph or Phlip Lombort, 
Halock, MH. »42p 

FOR SALE- Woods rotarwmowors. bolts, 
blados, plowshares, shins, landsldos, 
moldboaroa, cultivator swoops, singlo 
points; doubk) points, twtstod chlsols. 



FOR SALE- AOHA yoarSng cdt good 
tfispositJon. wol buit. Sornrf wtti bloai, 
Wil soil vary reasonable Colt ovonlngs, 
687-4521. NMIMp 



Machinery 



FOR SALE- 1850 OUvoc. 3-pt, duals 

Cozy cob: shoddod square alfalfa mlnod "wing s. lU2p 

balos. 222-3700. NM5tSc 



FOR SALE- Farmhand balo accumulator 
and fork In good condition. 218-681- 
1187. 681-7706. 681-1331. Nm3t6p 

FOR SALE- Motroo spray coupo, modol 
104, 313 hours, ADJA iltvor markon 
throo-point Nth John Dooro poly spray 
tank, 150 gal. with John Doom pump; 
John Dooro 6-row corn or suntlowor 
ptantor, otdor modol 604; Chov. truck. 
1054, 2-ton, 2-spood oxlo, with box and 
hobb Ford truck, 1065. F-600, 4-spood, 
with box and hoist; 674-4320. NM3t4o 

FOR SALE- 6-row Dakop cultivator with 
rolng shiolds, 10 Dakotjbactor woights. 
sullcau typo, with frarttbumpor to lit 70 
sorlM Ala Chatmon, F-11 Farmhand 
manuni lork «riih gntvol plato. 204-63S2 



FOR SALE- IH 808 tractor, duals, nice 



FOR SALE- 1066 Cbovrolot tondom with ca P- <*"! hydrauBc, vory nk» tractor, 
18-foot stool grah box. Hutchinson grain Wophono 463-2182 aftor 6 p.m. NM2t5p ' 
doanor, 36i6 grain olovotor wth grCrx -nun ■mnirv u «.(si A k.,»i-t, M iHAi.. 



FOR SALE- Modol CAUs tractor with 6C 
mowor or a model S AlEs with 72* mowor 
your eholco, $1,850.00 each. 425-7518 
1142p 

FOR SALE- 1082 Coso 4600. 3.600 
hours. $28,000; 40' cultivator with 
harrow. $8,500, both $35,000. 15' 
sunflower hoador. 0" pans, $1,000,00. 
218-745-4002 F2t44p 

WANTED- 1CTx36' roar tractor Bros. In 

Sood condition, usod emollor typo sand 
laater. 465-4485. NM4t4c _- 

FOR SALE- 50 Dodgo pickup with hoist. 
A-1 shapo; narrow (rant M Intomalicnnl, 
745-6535. 3t42c 



3-14 Molino plow; 12-fL John Dooro 
singlo. (fisc; 2-*rh«Ltrnitof._pi*up_bco(-__ 
rypo; 7-socaon Molreo crag can 10-h. 
Coso drffl; 3-bar John Dooro sldo rako; 

phono 064-5442 NM114p 

WANTED- F-11 Farmhand loador. ram. S 
hydrauBc Irom junk loador, parts, 222- 
37B0. NMtMp 




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Tuesday, May 28, 1991 

12:00 Noon 

LOCATION: 303 N. Main Ave., Thiol River Falls, MH 

All remaining hardware Inventory and lliluros will bo sold at auction. Itomi 
Bslod aro subject to prior salo. Minnesota sialo solas tax applies. Doors win 
oponattHOOAiU. 

i^ 1978 QMC Pickup, Power Steorlng, Air i 



Delta 300 Electronic Cash 

Roglstor, 12 DopL 
Sweda Cash Reglslor, 6 Dept. 
Lozlor Rxturos, Gondolas and 

Wall Units 
LozierShelvos 

Wire Binning, Pog Board Hooks 
Paint Colorant Dispenser 
Security Mirrors 
CoasMb-Coast Sign Letters, 

2- High 
Glass Cutter and Rack 
Wire Measuring Device 
Security Case 
Shopping Carts 
Office Equipment 
Miscellaneous Racks & Shelves 
Bike Display Rack 
Sign and Letter Rack 
Homelito Parts [To Bo Sold As 

1 Lot, Retail HMO] 
Power Stud Driver 
Electrical Supplies — 
Extension Cords 
Lawn and Garden Supplies 
Palnl and Sundries 
Snowblowor Starters 



Housewares 

Curtain Rods Mailboxes 

Plumbing Supplies 

Stove Pipe i 

Copper end Galvanized Pipe 

Fittings 
1 1/2" and 3" Suction Hoso 
Fuel Pumps end Brake Shoes 

For '50 -70 Cars 
Auto Accessories 
Door Locks, Latches, Padlocks 
National Hardware 
V-Pulleys, V-Bolts 
Pot Supplies 
Bicycle Supplies 
Trapping Equipment 
Bathtub Enclosure Kits 
Window Screen and Rack 
Celling Fans, Light Fixtures 
Hand Tools Ught Bulbs 
Fishing Tackle Bolls and Nuts 
Key Blanks 

HUNDREDS OFTTEMS 

TOO NUMEROUS TO 

MENTION IN EVERY 

DEPARTMENT! 



WANTED- Ford tractor with o 
oquipmont. eonaidor Jubiloo c 
218-281-5028. NM1Up 



. Autos, Trailers 

FOR SALE- 1088 Thunoorblrd. V-6. 
1 4,1 BO actual mikw. rod. ful powor, n.1, 
a/c. lit. cruBO, you must sool Showroom 
condition. Call after 5 p.m., 218^135- 

2184. F2t44p ' 

1B78 OLDS. Doha 88, good condition. 
vory ctaan, 350, sir. cruko, caO 485-4352 
early morning or Into ovonlng or D84- 
5826 after 6 pm.NM2Mp 



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NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 15 



THE CLASSIFIEDS 



Miscellaneous 

BENNET ELECTRIC qos pumps br solo, 
In good conoWon, 3 pumps, $75.00 each, 

081-1874. 1M2p 

FOR 8AUE- NEW purpla snd gold Lot- 
BfTtian* Isckel $75.00: Contury 6-yoar 
cor sear, $20.00; cal 874-3271 alter 7 
pjn. 2W3p 

WE SERVICE Mariner. Mercury, 
Evtnrudo. Johnson, MorCruitor, Cobra. 
Voho. Qonoa Monno, Montor, MN, 218- 
637-2050. NM11tfl-24o 

WILL DO professional came (/upholstery 
donning, 3 Ms Scot eh fjord pro toe tor 
avalabto. Reasonably prlcod. Pom at 
222-3780. NM12l8-3p 



PASSPORT PHOTOS 

rn 75 Seconds Or Less 



BKEREN DRUG, INC. 

H»B;a»d8t. TMrfBhiwtaJk 



sma) jobs. 6 



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1S88 HONDA 4-Trax ATV, 200co, 6- 
spood transmission with ravotw. front 
and back racks: rMttMno sola and chair, 
rust, brown and cream wnh wood Insorts, 
oxcollont lor family room: Qorry 
Voyaoour toddlor car seat. Ilko now, 
$25.00, and SnuoD infant carrior, usod 
twteo. $10.00 firm. 681-7501. 1l42p 



PEAT 

CANDEUVEH 

681-5435 



SEWINO MACHINE Ropolr • 30 yoors 
exporionco. work ouorBntood, repairs 
madoln your homo or bring machino to 
Calico Plus, Folto Moll. Thiol Fuvor Falta. 
Call 681-8844 or 064^783. NM7-4tfo 

FOR 8ALE-Dolto toolbox to fit small ilzo 
pickup, also moral handsaw, can 881- 
4Q28.NM4t50 

WE HAVE MOVED1 Tho Kids Kolloction 
b now In tho formor TWrfly Cut location. 
Wo havo lots ol now things, como soo us 
Ifiorol F6tS2o 

REBUILD THOSE startors and 
alto motors, wo havo parts for most 
mako*. Stop out for Iroo oatlmatos. 
Ftornanufacturod units ore also nvnflabkt, 
TR Sahago, 681-8221. NM3-2Stfo 

WEDDING INVITATIONS? Thank-you 
nolos? 1 wrlto. addross. malll 
Informailon? Phono Phyis at 706-5252. 

NM515p ~ 

FOR SALE- Applo II C * Computor with 
oxtra disk drivo. color monitor and printer, 
plus oxtrra. 681-7160 altor 630. NM2Uo 



NOW TAKING 
ORDERS FOR 

Chicks, Mays, Geess I Ducks 

We to Hove W& Supplies 

(81-2420 

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AIR CONDITIONER usod 6-montho, was 
$600.00 now. will soil tor $300.00. Call 

uRorSflO. 465-4435. NMIMp 

HORSE FAHR1ER sorvlco: Pat Hopbum. 
218-6B1-3170, call altor p.m. 

wookdaya. NM514P 

FOR SALE- 16* saddo with matching 
hackamore and saddo blankoL Fancy 
stllchlng, oxcollont condition; also a 
dining room tablo, nlco, cal 204-8353. 
HM2l4p . 

■ BUY YOUR boaory lactory Irosh. Wo car- 
ry ovor 1000 batlorlos In stock. For all 
your banory needs, stop at Altra Powor 
BoBory Company. Hwy. 1 5 60 Wost 
681-6425, Thiol Rrvor Falls. 62tto ■ 
WILL TAKE bixos, etods. ATVs. guns, 
etc., on now and usod golf carts. DAS. 

701-4S4-3313. F4t48p 

CLEAN WITHOUT STEAM 
Tho *Von Schrodor Way- - dry loam oj- 
tracaon Involvos so BnJo molsturo that It u 
obsolutoly solo for all labnes. It Lb a fast, 
no haiord systom for ctaonlng all earpots 
and upholitorlos. Can RatJnlockrs Clas- 
slo ctoanora for froo ostimatts. Sontor 
Cltlr ons dlicount 681-7670. 20t51c 
HUSQVARNA THIUUER brush euttor 
ond blowers, aro now at Rv Sporb, Ina, 

TRF. 681-1007. 1H2C 

FOR SALE- Garago In Norlhwostom 
Trollor Court, singlo car, aluminum door, 
Lot » 55. 681-S46B ovonlnns, F3t46p 
WINDSHIELD REPAIR - Stono chips, 
small brooks, approx. 10% roplacomont 

__«esZNMost Insuranco oompanios wahm 
doducttfkL For froo ostimatts call 661- 
4233. Arfcorson Wlndshlold Ropalr. 

NM2-8tfo 

ANTIQUE PUUP organ, chain saw. 
$50.00. oxorclso blko. $40.00. 
rsHgoralor. $80.00, 661-4761. 6t42c 



Miscellaneous 

FOR SALE- 60 wood crot! Horns. VCfl 
tope sholvoi, folding stools, rocking 
horso, gamos, puizloi. bookcosos, 
sholvos, hoarts, much mora. Lot 20, 
Countrysldo. 881-1630. NM3t4p 



REUODEUNQ SALE- Wood windows, 



140-X71-, 218-708-6765. 1U2p 

WOVEN WIRE, barbod win. and post, 
froo for removing, phono ovonlngs. 661- 

2252. 1H2o 

FOR SALE- 29 shoots galvanized siding, 
brand now/$11.00 shoot caB 681-2426. 
U42p 



Help Wanted 



Situation Wanted 



FOR SALE' Ash or Birch lirowood, 
$30.00 por cord, dollvory oon bo 
arranoed. 204-6356. NM4Up 

BARN LOWERINQ and stmlghtonlnq. 
BulloTngs loworod. raisod dr movod. 
Quorantood work, froo osdmaM. Lloyd 
Kahorson. Dotroit Ukos, 218447-7223 
or 216-236-6071. NM10t7p 



SPECUL PURCHASE- Now Sknpfctty 5- 
h.p. solf-propolod with bagoor. Regular 
$4B0.00>Salo $340.00. Also 4-h.p. solf- 
propotlod with boggor and otodno start, 
Rogular $530.0O3aio $309.00. Umitod 
supply at RV Sports. Hwy. 1 4«BWost. 
TRF. 681-1007. 1M2c 



EXPERIENCED FOOD sorvico droctor 
tor Northern Minnesota Chldron's camp 
In sconlo lakosido sotdng. FeooVig 250 
lamfly stylo. Excellent bonefits, knehon 
tadtty and oquipmont. Room, board, and 
transportation provldod. Oront work 
onvironmont Juno 5 - August 13. Con- 
tact Carol at (314)-667-5l67. 10076 
Chambruy Ct.. St. Louis. MO 83141. 
2142p 

HELP WANTED- Auto mechanic, 
electronic oxporlonco proforrod, fuJ-bmo, 
Monday-Friday, oxcollont wagos, 
bonefits. Call Mark, 218-661-2660. 32tto 
HELP WANTED- Full-tlmo oxpononcod 
cook. Sond comploto rasumo to Box 
2831. c/o Tho TImos, Thiol HJvor Folb, 
MN 56701. 33UC 

HELP WANTED- Mature, mflsbto ooupls 
as carotokors lor qukrt bdldng In Thiol 
Rivor Falls. Must bra on sl». Phono 1- 
218-236-6000 or sond resume » P.O. 
Box 404. Moorhoad, MN 66560. Attn.: 

Dob. 24tto ■ 

WANTED- RoEablo mechanic for care 
and trucks. Call 745-4208. Stop at 
Hamm'B Ropalr. 4t45o 



STOP BY Tho 2nd Hand. Hwy. 60 North, 
now Ittms added overy day, 681-2055. 
HM3-16tfo 

FOR SALE- Boctrio motors, 1/4 h.p. to 7- 
1/2 h.p. Soo ua tor all your oloctrlo motor 
noods. Root Supply. CaJ 681-2850. 47Uc 

FOR SALE- Minolta EP310 copter, good 
condition, $200.00; also Epson to nor 
quality computor printer, IBM compotlblo, 
$100.00/000. 663-7376. NM4l6p 



HELP WANTED- Socretsry/Rocopttonist 
Tho ODC, Inc. has a rjacrelariaVrocop- 
ttonlst position avaJable. applbsnta must 
havo a minimum ol two yoors oxporionoo 
or education in secretarial, cloricaf. or 
bookkooping. Strong cemputor skflls a 
must Praforably oxpononeo working with 
tho IBM PC. Wol dovotopod oral and writ- 
ton rcmnwrilcaaofl skis doslrabhi. Must 
bo obto to malntoln confldonllalty and bo 
comlortablo with oxposuro to tho 
. handcappod. For more toformoaon con- 
tact Lorl or Los at 218481-6830 or write 
to: ODC, Ina, iXIghway 32 South. P.O. 
Box 730, Thjof Rrrar Falto, MN 56701. 
Closing dato for application, May 28, 

1801. EOE. 2M20 ^^_ 

. $120,00, 6B"1- HELP WANTED- Apply at Third Base, 



FOR SALE- AntJquo bar, back bar with 
mirror, boor ond pop coolori. too craam 



mirror, boor ond pop coolori. 

froeior, 7-1/2 h.p.oloctrio mob . 

Zak. Angus. MN 58712. Phono 745- 



(rooior, 7-1/2 h.p. ofccjrio motor, Conrad 

Angui 
5021. NM2t 



ENERGIZER 




BATTERIES 



Cameras 
Electronics 

EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

t19E.3rdSL 681-2351 T.RFalla 



FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Starting 
at $705 lor V-8s. 12-month. 12.000 mBos 
warranty. Don's Machino Shop. Foeston, 
MN. Phono 218-435-6370, or toll frao 1- 
600-448-1 516. efltfo 

FOR ALL your oJr condttonlng noods, 
solos and sorvico, soo TR Salvage. 681- 

8221. NM2tfo 

$ LOANS $ Porsonul Loon/Dobt 
Consolidation. Coll for a froo consultation 
with a loan consultant TODAY. From 
a.m. to p.m. also MC/Vlsa ovallnblo. 1- 
800-766-1065. IPffiOc 

ANDERSON WSTRUMENTREPAIH 
MOVING SALE! 

Tho last day of business for Anderson 
Inslrumont Ropalr Is Momorial Day. 
Thank you lor oil of your business. Call 
681-7425 orstop at 601 S. Konoall, Thiol 
Rivor FnHs. NM8140 

FOR SALE- 8* Popple firewood for out- 
Bkk> otovos. dotlvorod. $30.00/cord. 10 
cord bod, $300.00. DoDvory now orlotor, 
call 6 p.m.. 465-4405. NM4l7p 



CHILD CARE RESOURCE/REFERRAL 
COORDINATOR for Northwoatorn 
MinnoBota. Full-tlmo professional 
position. Roquiros oxtonstvo travel In 
aroa. BS in ECE, PubBo Relations. Mgmt, 
Pol Sd or rotatod lloid/r^lcallons ctoso 
5/31. Tril-Valloy CroporUnlty Council. Inc., 
P.O. Box 607, Crooksen, MN 66716. 
218-291-6672. EOE. 41430 ■ 

SCCWLWOHKER-SooWngllsoncod so- 
cial workor (LSW) for fuHJmo position 
with ,l(iirtonoflt packago at Kittson 
Momorial Hospital and Nursing Homo, 
Hallock, MN 66728, profor LSW with 
Nursing Homo oxporionco but win con- 
sldor LSW with no oxporlonco, contact 
Cheryl Aorovold at 21B-843-3612 to ob- 
toin an application. F2l44c 

TRAINEE- Employee bonollt ropro- 
sontatlvo to govommont schools, hospi- 
tal omployoo, minimum 2-yoanj ol col- 
logo or work oxporionco oquhralonr, 218- 
568-8031. 10 am.-1 1 a-m., 3-4 p-m. only. 

3143c 

HELP WANTED- Pino to Pmlrio Homo 
Honlrh Cora, an oggrasslvo homo hoalth 
cam ogoncy, la in noed of a RN to work 
32* hours n wook In tho Thiol Rivor Fairs, 
Rod Lnko Falls aroa, rriaklng homo visits. 
Bonofito paid Includo holiday, vacation, 
sick loavo. hoalth hsurenoo and optional 
Insuranco. Wagos nogoUablo. RN noods 
good asoossmont bnEs, DmbWcx* and 
current MN Bconso. For appEcatJon or 
mora information, call 218-681-8332 or 
stop In parson. 4145c 

BABYSITTER- Nood sitter tor summer 
months In my homo for 8 and 6-year olds. 
Must havo own transportation and 
rofaroncos. Call 681-4041 botoro 730 
a.m. or altar 5 JO pjn. 2t43rj 

WANTED- Somoono with rotary typo 
mowor to dip CRP NE ol Thiol Rivor 
Falls. Call 701-298-4571 ovonlngs. 4t45c 



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Comfbrtmoker 
Air Conditioning 
is the Answer 

■ A Comfortmaker 
central air condition- 
ing system can be 
matched exactly to 
your home. 

■ High efficiency 
design saves energy 
-cuts cooling bills 
-all summer long. 

■ Built-in Com- 
fortmaker quality 
assures long years 
of dependable 
operation. 

Rain Care Co. 

John P. Lovly 

Hoatlng/AJr Conditioning 

Goodridgs, MN 

378-4641 

C w ii hM l mu lcBr 

Call foe FREE Estimate 



f HANDYMAN A 
REPAIR SERVICE 



|^-Cc»rp«ntry, Polntlno,^ 
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Elomont traitor; Konmore wringor woshor 
i good condton. doubto wash tubs and 
stand; antiauo wringor woshor with cop- 
per tub, (paL'1912); okJ AK-mado Soo 
Lino depot outhouso; ontlouo 7-ft. long 
wrench for turning Soo Uno RR bridgo at 
Oslo to allow boats to pass. Phono 681- 
8551 bo^ro 8:00 run. 1»2p 

14,000 BTU Qlbson window air 
conditioner, -oxcollont condition, 681- 
7082 1U2o 

FOR SALE- 4 wkto casomont wincews, 
outsldo alio 66x104; TV ontonna, rotor, 
boo st or; Harloy Davidson motorcydo, 
Bhocks; Harold Cyr. OWoo. MN 58742. 
706-5160 or 706-5564. 1t42p 

FOR SALE- Storoo 'Emorson*. AWFM 
with tapo and opoakora: largo capadty 
oloctrlo ovon. $50.00; hoavy-duty 
whoorborrow; lending not, call 661-3410 
boforoO a.m. or aftor 8p.m. Il42p 



Help Wanted 

HELP WANTED- Sorvico mas tor. tho 
world loador In tho doanlng Industry Is 
looking lor ono full-tlmo second shllt 
[anltoriol Buporvlsor to work In tho 
Roseau aroa. Beginning wagos $5.00 
por hour, commonsuralo with 
oxporlonco. Sond rasumo to P.O. Box 
234, TRF, MN 56701. or eaJ 681-1070 

for Information. 37tlc 

SECRETARY: Train Ing/oxporlcnco with 
records mnnagomont ond computor. 
praforonco to SpaniirvEngUsh spooking 
applicants. Full-timo, hoalth Insuranco 
and ratlromonL Appllcotlons doso 6/31. 
Tri-Valloy Migrant Child and Family 
Sorvkws, P.O. Box 607 Crookston, MN 
56716. 21B-201-6672. EOE. 4143c 




FahuanoCouuercuu. 

ceotireo pipe and iriiuctuiul tcldhg 

portable and shop 

• Prou Work • LaOto Work 

• Stick A Win Food 

•Aluminum T70 Woking 

• Outs/do Wood So/tors 

SmDrty Brtdga Rd. (Co. No. 7) 

RLlBosSS Ooodridgs, UN 56725 

661*7188 



CARPENTER WORK, shingling and o 
mont work wanted, 15-yoors oxporiono 
064-5483. F2l44p 



WANTED^ Corpentor work, oxpononcod, 
romodollng, docks, foncos, stops, otc 
Phono 681-8551 botoro 8 a.m. 1H2p 

HORSESHOBNG, graduato farrior. trim- 
ming and shooing, 218-843-2103. 
NMItlo 



JACOBSON'S CONCRETE 

CALL FOR ALL YOUR 
' CONCRETE NEEDS.., 

Sidewalks, Driveways, 

Block Basemena, Palo, Bam Work. 

FREE ESTIMATES 

Csll: 681-4S4I 

Jesus Saves, Are Yoa Sored? 



WOOD STOVES & 
OUTSIDE FURNACES 

Guaranteed Lowest Prices 

Financing Available 

•Wood-Coal 'Wood-Oil 'Stooa 

■Fireplaces 'Add On Units 

HIGH EFFICIENT 
1-800-446-4043 

Mike's Heating, 
Inc. 

Mahnomen, MN 



HOUSE PAINTING- Froo ostlmatos, 
experienced, roasonoblo rates, call 681- 
7350. Stovo. NMItfc 



CARPET SALE 

Vinyl • Wood -' Tllo - Ccrsmlc 

SinOiVSCARPErMREHOUSE 

BAGLEY 218-694-61C1 
'Shop Anywhere— Then Comparer 



FOR ALL YOUR 
REPAIR NEEDS 

Chain Saws - Snowmobiles 

Snow Bio wars • Outboards 

Inbonrds & 1.0. Orivos • All Small 

Engines • Lawn Mowers & Ridora 

NORM'S REPAIR 

■SAIES r> SERVCE -3KWXX3 SMOWUOOUS 

1207N.Dulu1h TMcfntvw Falls 

BS1-3340 



Situation Wanted 




RV SPORTS Inc. 

681-1007 
Hwy. It SOW. ThlslRrvor FrOs 



WANTED- Farm work, dairy and or gram 
farming. Live on a farm and I'm 
o>porioncod. Call aftor 6 p.m. 378-4360, 
Goodridgo. 2U3p 

WORK WANTED- Will do house 
ctoanJng, oxpononcod * " 
CaieeT-6117.NM2t4p 



TIMBERLIN 
TREE 
SERVICE -ZttZ 

For Your Complete Tree 

Trimming Needs 
-J— CALL 

tStt 681-5491 ob 
'X"* 681-1874 



SKOGLUND WOODWORKING- Custom 
bofit cablnots, havo modots to choos* 
from, also custom bull furniture. For Iroo 
estimates, call 218-449-3501. NM4t4p 




Rummage Sales 

FOR SALE- Brand new woman's casual 
clothes, many styWt, Warmed Com- 
muntty conlor, June 8. am. to 4 pm, 
Come early, cbSirM may not last Ordm 



e-PARTY OARAGE SALE- Wed, and 
Thurs.. May 2040. 3 tAos. 2 girta and 
ono bey's. putyhouM lumrtur*. mlsnt car 
sots. sBBlor. dothlng. men's, women's. 
and chldran*. misc. house h old aams, 

344 North Tlnoolph. 1U2p 

GROUP RUMMAGE SALE- Northwest 
Tralor Court, Lot 54. Wed, May 28, 8 
run. to 5 pm., sobs, chair, household 
Itoms, women's, men's and children's 
clothing, weight aqulpment, rowing 
machine, ono I solos' and on* men's 10- 
speed beuw, ping pong table. 1M2p 

fOMUAOEBALE- HW, Mayaft, 330 
pm. b 7£0 pm.. 600 7*1 SL E-, exafoa* 
bike, women's and morfs clothes, lots ol 
misc. 1l42p 

FLEA MARKET booms warned in Gn»on- 
bush on Saturday, June B. tor Snoop 
Days Celobratlon. For do tails, call 
Cararyn Eog at 7B2-2151 or 7B2-2268 or 
wrtloBox 145A. Greonbush, MN 66728. 
NM2t4p 

Household Goods 

FOR SALE- Couch and recSnor, I1W.00 
tor both, cal after SCO pm., 681-7637. 

F2U4p . 

FOR SALE- Alpine storoo, AM/FM 
cassotto. Indudos a set at spoakora, 
436^107. 1M2p 

FOR SALE- 0-1/2 gsl. Wost Bond 
hurnldtoor, very good condition. SSO.00, 
call 216-4654432 aftor 5 pm. NM2iSp 



catalog S3.00. •SOLAR ELECTRIC 
DEPENDENT HOME BOOK* $18.05 
prickjdo* shipping and catrrica). Fowler 
Solar Eloctrlo. Inc. P.O. Boi 435. 
Wcflhington, MA 0100a 413-238-6074, 
NMIOtSp 



HAVE PAINTING sot-up. will travel, 
oxtorior, kitorior pointing, coll 218-281- 
1341. M3142p 

PRINTING • For oil your printing noods 
slop at Tho Times, 324 Mobi Avo. North, 
Thiol River Fells or can 661-4450. 65tfp 



WANTED- Summer babysitting fob tor 

oxporloocod toonagor. Coll 661- 

6t45c 

Wanted To Buy 



WANT TO BUY- Old Iron bods and old 
khChon cupboards. caD 21^681-4261. 
NM6t6p 



UCENSED DAYCARE homo has open- 
ings for 3 full-timo children, Nutritious 
meals, run backyard. 681-7426. 37Hc 
FHEE ESTIMATE- Painting, wood finish- 
ing and carpontry dH phoaos. Intoriori 
oxtorior, 463-3286, 8-0 p.m. NM1Up 



Rummage Sales 

ANNIVERSARY BOOK SALE- 
Wodnoeday, May 20 and Thursday, May 
30. O«0-6^0. Thousands of books oro 
S.10 and S.25. Westerns and Comics oro 
$.50. Froo cotfoo. Tho Down Under*. 
218 North Tindolph. TRF. 881-1808. 

Postponed H reining- lt42p 

BLOCK SALE- Children's dothos. new- 
born and up. Jr. slros 5,7, and 0. Sola, 
Hldo-a-bod, loft handed clubs, (cart 
Included). Housohold Itoms/fumlturo, 
mbc. Hickory Rood In Southtown on Alr- 
pori Rood, SaL, Juno 1,8.-QO-4aaO. It42p 

2ND ANNUAL Largo Indoor (Toa markot, 
Saturday, Juno IS. Sponsorod by tho 
Dovils Lnko Journal. Call lor 

rosorvtUionB, 701-662-2127, ask for Sua 
or Doniso. NM2t4p 

OARAGE SALE- May 30Ih-31st and 
Juno 1st 8 am. to 5 p.m.. housohold 
misc, TV, phongraph ond rocords, 



LARGE RUMMAOE Salo- Storoo, 
motorcydo, car soat, baby clothos, 
children's dolhos, books, and much 
mora. 1214 Rlvcrdalo Dr., Wod„ May 
20th, 730-5:00. NM1t4p 



LARGE GROUP 
Rummage Sale 

JUNE 1-2 • 1 Block N. » Middle River 
School FumluTB. Cbthes. Newborn lo 
Adus, Sowbg Uschines. HighchaJr, 

Strrilor, Dishes, Be. ""■" 



FOR SALE- WhkipooT 10.000 BTU air 
conditioner, usod throo soason's, 
t300.00. call ovonlngs 681-8810. 1142p 

FOR SALE- Hldo-a-bod. oxcollont 
ootid ron, TV stand, fuO-sb» couch, waJor 
bod, cafl 681-3665 aftor 530. 1t42p 
FOR SALE- 103 spray coupe. 66 toot. 
ported shapo, wfth no-drip nozzles, 437- 

6401. NM21SJ. 

30- PORTABLE obhwashor, whlto with 
beautifully pal mod butchor block top. 
now, usod 2 months, paid $420.00, wtH 
take 1175.00. 6B1r3311, NMIMp 
FOR SALE- Konmoro portable oWor, 
now, usod 2-months. asking $175.00; 
phono altor 430. 874-871 1. NM2tSp 

WANT TO BUY- Usod bunk bods, call 
after 4:00 pm., 47B-332S or 437-6384. 

NM2t5p 

ONE PAIR drapes, color whoal, 
138*x75*. matching valanco: ono shoor. 
138*x72*. vory good condrcon. trovorso 
rods to go, but oxtra. Col ovonlngs, 437- 
8373. Edgar LnBlno. NM2t5p 

FOR SALE- Dining room hutch, 46-inch 
wide, walnut finish, oxcc-Bont condition. 
also drassor. chost ol drawora and 2 stu- 
dom dosks. 064-6553 altor 5 JO. 1l42p 

FOR SALE- Oueen-slzo hldo-a-bod. 

brown and tan twood, also oak buffet, 
681-7121. 1142p 

FOR SALE- FrigidaJn) oloctrie stovo and 
rorngorator; Spood Ouoon hoavy-duty 
dryor; also Itoms of furniture. Call 

ovonlngs. 376-4306. 1t42p 

FOR SALE- Walnut Ouoon Anno tablo 
and bur chairs, 54' round. For Intorma- 

tlon can 881-8212. 29tfo 

30 HIGH oWdont wood stovos. fumaco 



LOWEST PRICES. Lot us holp you. 17 
yoors in tho wood-hoat business. 100% 
financing. Miko's Hoating, Mahnomon, 
MN. 1-600-446-4041 NM7-23t)o 

BUNK BEDS (or solo- Cannot separata 
Into twin bods, mattrosos Includod, 
$100.00; Hirsch tablo saw, oxcollont 
condition. $125.00, with additional 
blados. $150.00, cal 681-6574. 1142p 



Public Notices 

THANK YOU NOTE 
I wish to express my sincere thanks to Dr. 
Lanotand and all tho nursos for tholr cam 
and kindnoss, whflo I was a pationt at tho 
hospital. Thanks to all my roiattvos and 
Hen* vrho waited on mo and visited and 
brooghtjkiwors. Many thanks to Pastor 
Smorok tor-his vblta and prayors. May 

Minnio Bucholz 



God Boca oach oi 



1t42c 



2-PARTY HUUUAGE Salo- All day. 
Wod.. May 20. 125 Bolmont Drivo. 
Tricycles, Wo Jackets. TV. block and 
whlto. works, oxorclso bolt, somo 
clothing, many misc. Itoms. H42p 

GARAOE SALE- Wod.. May 20, 8-6. 
1221 Edgowcod Dr., cor top carrior, sldo 
vkrw mirrors, hkjhchalr, dothing, many 
mtsc Itoms. 1t42p 

RUMMAGE SALE- 215 W. 4th Si. bo- 
hind Kordoo'a. Wod.. May 20th. 8 nm.-4 
p.m., toys, kid's clothos, nursing 
uniforms, topo rocordor. camora. and 
moral 1|42p 



Fruits & Vegetables 

GARDNERS Spring planting 6mo"is~rigrit — 
now I Wo havo thousands ol goraniums, 
Bogonlas, Now Guinoa Impationa. and 4- 
pak flab, vogotablos and porormlals on 
Hugo's parking bL 478-3836. Kraullk's 
Gmonhouso. NMtt4p 



Ring Up New $ale$ 
with Classified Ads.. 

681- 4450 



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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, May 24, 1991 



THE CLASSIFIEDS 



FOR RENT- Acroo torn Northland, par- 
ciV fumariod. mmi bUndi. socunty 
door*, pome room, *3 utU»s pa*J. plonrr 

olp«fcr>g C«fl6at-2X7 BPtfc 

FOR RENT. Large 2bo*Dom ground 
low apartmont. ovaiibie June ttt In- 
duoas Move, tndga. and heat. One-year 
laaia and rttarenees required, rani 
MOO 00. socunty dtcout $200.00. To 
>«• call Stan G*scn Raofty. 68t-4067. 

an* 



Mobile Homes 



AVAILABLEJUNEt- 



_,. ,_._ , .(. ofl-straat 

Col 681-4089 or 661-3360. 41tfc 



WITCH HOTIL 



ayDoy: S13; ByW-lu 539; 

ByMonti: SIM 

WC** Ml -1233 

21Sl/lLTkWSn)<TWWvorFofc 



FOR RENT- 2-bodroom downtown 
Boartmont. $300.00 ■ mortffi, al uMitioe 

pad, 661-6553. 3143c 

FOR REHT- Juno ItL stooping room In 
air contMonod homo, luthon prhritogos. 

cafl 681-4175, 1U2p 

FOR REHT- 3-bedroom houso at B12 
Nonft f>*J^ avertable Juno 1. $350.00 
par month, damage doposlt and 
i. CI 1-812^91-3875. 40tta 



FOR RENT- Laroa iworbodroom 
apartment, haal and water paid, roni 
$33000. also an apartment avaaabto. 
681-7168. 37tfc 






FOR RENT 

Available immediately, 
former Westside Gro- 
cery space ( up to 1,000 
sq. ft.) with paved 
parking. Free use of 
store equipment 
If interested call: 

681-6806 



Real Estate 



FOR RENT- Opo-badroom apartment 
watt atccond*rtoo.DvocAca Hardware . 
Juno 1st lor ono non-emoking older 
person. ParHory fumbhod at $200.00 
pfcjB deposit 681-4767. 3800 ■ 
AVAILABLE JUNE 1- 3-badroom 
upstairs apartment, prtvatn ontranco, 
boat, water and hat wator provided- Can 
eat -4069 or 681-3360. 4ltfc 



MINI 
STORAGE 

FOR RENT 
CAU.681-I27Q 



1981 SWINGER 
MOTOR HOME 

26 Ft. In Excellent 
Conditionl 8.000 Miles 

681-3435 



FOR SALE- 2-bodroom homo, attachod 
sfatglo garago, IWshod busomont with 
Eroploco In roc room, bedroom onduffity 
room. Uppor 30"t. Coll 881-1309 lor 



FOR HENT- Available June lal, 2- 
bodroom apanmont nowor building, air 
conditioning, GE appHcaneos, paved 
parting lot. car plug-in* and laundry 
tadW deposit nxjulrod. Call 681-1748. 




FOR SALE- Quortor ol land In Lincoln 
Part township, Soetfen 20. 436-2706. 
NM2Up . 

FOR SALE-Romodolod 4-bodroom 
hcxnoonlamrrrtrtotlnrtowtoldon-Hot 
tub, wood or oil heat. dock, garage, call 
Ron Ol 874-0111. $30,000. NWJSp 



WE'LL GET YOUR CAR LOOKING 
UKE NEW AGAIN! 

TOUCH-UP TO COMPLETE 

RESTORATION 

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WFRETHE EXPERTS 

NORTHERN MOTORS, inc. 

Hwy.1»E9W«»t TM«fRlv«rFlll»,MM 681-4820 




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681-3952 

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Real Estate 



MOBILE HOVE far tale- 1975 14'x70- 

ArtcraB. 2-codrooma. ttdge, s»ve. maXa 

prior. 631-67*0. lM2p 

FOR SALE- 1070 12x48 2-bedroom 

moMe homo. IT a m odalad new carpal, 
mult tea. $4,000 00/obO. 528-3320, 
must toil. NMIUp 

MUST SELL- 1B07 14.70 Friendship. 3- 
bedrooms, 2-baJh*. alova. rvrrigoralor, 
IntuUted (Untng, to12 Waned entry. An 
economical borne In auper condition. 

Z1B-43&66S5. HM3t5p 

MUST SELL- 3-bedroom 12x68 
RoBohome. 12x20 tamDr room addition, 
Dloctrtc neat air conoUoner, Sropiaoa. 
<• a a her/dryer, deep fraeie. all 
appticancM. TV antenna, tower, new 
water beater, carpeting. Immaculate 
condition. Bob Proaaat. HaDock. 754- 

4241. NM3Hp 

FOR SALE- 1B72 12x90 Dotobof mobae 
home, excellent condition, newly 
carpeted, completely remodeled Interior, 
currently located on Lake of tf» Woods 
at Cyrus Raaort. 601-3282. 1H2c 
FOR SALE- In "SaloT between Roaoau 
and Warroad. «ot up in TrnberDne Trader 
Court. A 14x70 Liberty with a 12x10 
finished bedroom addWon. Stove, nidge. 



STUCCO HOOSBHunOng Cabin, beit 
oner, you move «. about 24'x30'. 623- 

6301. 2W2p 

COMUERICAL PROPER IT kx aata or 
rent, 201104- buidng. Office, shop, and 
wantfiouse space. Buidng kxatod at 
B30 Pennktgton Ave. (Airport road). Can 
B01-3307 Darrel. 4ltte 



Dave Walters 
Showcase of 
Homes Sale! 



wooded, 10% tiUablo. fackpine, bircn. 
poplar tocaied 11 miles east ol Warroad 
on north side ol Highway II. Can 442- 
S021. NM2Mp 

FOR SALE- Ouontot 32^54' with over- 
head door 16tiU' In good conoWon. to 
be moved, ohono 706^348. 1142p 

Sporting Goods 



Autos. Trailers 

WANTED- Older OM or Ford pickup, 
pert* one owner wbh low mass, 218- 

281-6820. NM114p 

FOR BALI- lew Topaj. low mikn, air, 
cruise. UL auto., FM. not defrost, 681- 
1881. 1H2p 



Autos, Trailers 



>75J0. can 4S5-453D. 1W2p 



FOR SALE- 1086 S-10 4x4, 8-apood. 
black, Waaten flma, QoodYear 
Wrandeni. new last fall. 4-cyindor, as- 
king j7,flCO.0Oobo, oxcolont coraWon, 
catf21B-3O8~3406. HMl Up 

FOR SALE- 1977 Chov. 4-whool ortve 
pickup, no ruat, A-1 ahapo, 745-S535. 



FOR SALE- 1070 Liberty mobie homo. 
2-bodrooma. washer, dryer, located and 
set-up at Anchor Bay Park, Baudaoo, 
MN. Vlow ol Rainy River and dock 
privileges, good for summer home or Ivo 
yoar round. Asking $6,800 or boat oflor. 
Cal 218^34-23*0. NMIUp 

FOR SALE- 1074 MarshflekJ 14x70 
mobie home, pxconont oondton, ap- 
ptancoa bdudod. priced » aal. 6B1- 
lllOdays.601-720ovenlrigs.NM1Pb _ 

FOR SALE- 12x68 Rollohome. 3- 
bodrooma, 12x20 tamJy room addition, 
fireplace, eioctric neat, air condUoner. an 
Bpp&ances . Immacutato conoWon, phone 

218-7S4-4241 ovenlnga. F3U6p 

PLANNING A NEW HOME? HlWviow 
Homes ol Fosston. MN have a nloo 
seiocdon ol now 10B1 model 14* A 16' 
and double wide mobae homo on display. 
Financing available. Chock botoro you 
buy. Phono 218-435-1028. 6H3s 



Deluxe 14- -Widfe's 

^U^I900! 

i*Giant-i6#idel 

tl|*3:Bdrrn7glS 

'$1 9=500: 

SboubieWldes.^ 
«i?3'Bafrhi2-Fuli: 
'■■ -,(■ Baths -^h. 

^26j9pQ 

f Overdo JJoSbie.' 
Wldes,;16 - wldes,- 

!S^4jWraes-:o*13K" 

' giig^idisplay^i:; 

CALL TOLL FREE 
1-S00-879-0367 

HU Ivnttn On— N W. ■» 

751-5655 



CLOSEOuT OH all (n-slock Marine 
aaoaasonae* 30-50% oft wMo supotM 
lasL RV Sporta. Hwy. 1 W.. Thiol River 
Fata, 681-1007. 11420 



PADDLE BOATS- _ _ 

Qeno'a Marine. Mentor, MN 218637- 

20oO,NM11t6-24o 

FOR SALE- 1073 21' Olaatron boat. LO. 
M.B.. and graph. exooJkmt Lake of The 
Woods boat, roasonabla, call 210-478- 
3584.NM4170 



FOR SALE: is-spvamm 

boat open bow, SO hp Johnson motor, 
nfler ualar, nice contfikxi, $2,400, Col 
21JW81-1131 days, 631-1056 allar 7ffll 
praArtkxUanand. 



LAND AVAILABLE, (arm and tlnUh 
dovelopmont oM20 ocroe, no ront for 3- 
years, 2-1/2 mllea north, ono miJo oast of 
Plum^^316-722-27S6*S2t44o 

"Bri^A^i^B^ : nlort«ncabfn7ka>^f 
pine kttorior on GmrlOO*- lot at Rooky 
Pofcit. LOW., $12,900; also adkilrrirkj 
50-XI60" lot with a 2-bodroom mobile 
homo, 12154', S7.90O.00. Cal 218-435- 
2424 or writo Paul WaHostad. P.O. Box 
254. Karhtad, MN 56732. NM2Mp 
FOLTZ BUtLOtNOS: Machine alorago, 
ahopa, UvoeUck, commordal, RV storego 
and goragea, compiotory erected, with 
warranty, serving. Northern Minnesota. 
For color brochure and prices eel: toU 
(too. 1-800-782-0084. NM4-23*to 



RED LAKE CABIN 

' Furnished 2 bedroom cabin 

on Tamarac River. 

2-ca/garaoe. Easjfiorms. 

USA Realty 218-743-3322. 



1879 65-H.P. Spirit. Larson open-bow 
boat, trip traler. Ike new, $2,400.00. Nloo 
IH lawn tractor with mowor/inow blower, 
40- cut. S1.250.00. 601-0008. NM2!4p 
FOR SALE- 1089 17* Larson LO open 
bow boat, 20 hours, priced to tail, 681- 
6245 days, 681-4060 evenings. NM214o 

25' LONESTAR cabin cruiaor, all 
aluminum. 115 h.p. Mercury, now cover. 
asking. $7,500.00. 601-4781. 61420 
FOR SALE- 18-fL aluminum Cmsillno 
boat with up-front atoortng and 18 h.p. 
Evktrude motor and homemade trailer. 
See Pout at NAPA Fall Supply or call 

661-2623 or 681-1532. 1142p 

CRESTUNER ALUMINUM 14' V-hull 
fishing boat. 65 Inch boom, $578.00, call 
60M767. 2M2o 

,22* PENH YAN boot tandomtrOor, CE)-.. 
nado. depth Under, new oondKjn, onat 
owner, 681-4703. NM3t4p 

CAMCORDERS TOO EXPENSIVE? Buy 
ttikt hand hold VMS camera that pbga 
kilo your VCR! Loadod with batum. 8x- 
powor zoom lent, auto locus.' auto Iris, 
vory compacL Usod very llttlo, only 
$300.00, 21&681-5001. NM214p 

17-FOOT DEEP V rajorgteso boat 75 
h.p. V-4 Evlnrudo motor, Spartan Bailor, 
all good condition, groat Lake ol the 
Woods outfit, $1.900.00/bbo, call 681- 

6607. TRF. NM3tSp 

RIDING MOWER, 11 Kp. olectrlo start. 
Bghta, 36' cut, real good condition, 
$450.00, 681-3602 evenings. 2W2p 

FOR SALE- Boys 20* blko, rod. good 
condition. $26.00, call 210-465-4432 
Btlor5p.m.NM2t5p 



FOR SALE- Upright piano: 250 gal fuel 
tank and 70 gals of foot; 1078 Chevy 1Q- 

ton; 661-6066. NM2t4p 

BLEMISHED BATTERIES, aavo with 
ovor 5-year warranty starting at only 
$30.00. Anm Powor BoHory Co., 681- 

8425, TRF. 97no 

TOO MANY VEHICLES 
1970 C4os. itation wagon, dknol, power 
atooring, power brakes, air condttontng, 
good area, no rust. AM/FM rado, caa- 
satto player, got* 27 mlloa per oalon. ex- 
cellent exjnoToon. $1^00.00 or bott oflor, 
call 210-563-2588. 1l42p 
FOR SALE- 1901 Plymouth Refianl KSE, 
4-cyindor. automatlo, air. eniso, AM/FM, 
$1.000J0. cal 874-6842. 1142p 
FOR SALE -Usod cars andpickupa, also 
replacement parts and usod auto parts 
from 1050 and up. DoWavno-a Auto 
Parts. S mlos west of StranaqASst, MN 
210-476-3630 9 a.m.-S p.m. Mon, Tuoa. 
and Wod.; also kxatod 4 mUra west ol 
Roaoau on Hwy. 11. 218-483-3773, 
am-S:30 p.m. Mon.-SaL NM1 1-2tto 

FOR SALE- 1083 Ford F-250 pickup, 
6.BL dosol, 4-epood, 4x4, phono 216- 

681-8431. NM3t5p 

FOR SALE- 1076 Maida pickup. 4- 
cyllndor,' 4'Bpood, good condition, 
$70 0.00, 681-6800. 1t42p 

: SALE- 1900 Chovy . 

u/c, 'crutao, Bit, btctory 

radlalt , 4* Rancho lilt kit. asking 
' $2,250.00, phono 681-1134 afti~ ' M 



QO CHECK THESE 0UT1 



1969 - BU1CK LESABRE, 4-DR, W 
1989 -OLDS. CIERA, 4-DR,4<tfL 
1989 • BUCK CENTURY 4m, 4- 

CYL.BLUE 
19S9 - BUCK CENTURY 44R-. 4- 

CYU MAROON 
1 B89 - SUCK CENTURY LMIED, 44#. 
1 988 - BUICK CENTURY 4-DR, Vfl. 

35,000 Ml. 
1968-aDS. CIERA, 4-DR, 4CYL, 

BLUE 
I9B8 - PONTtAC GRAND AM COUPE 
f 988 - PONTWC 6000 IE, +DR, +CYL 
1963 -PONTWCeOOOLE. 4-DR,. 

4OYL.41/I00UL 
1988 - DODGE DYNASTY, «R, U 
1 988 - LEBARON GTS, 4- DR. 4-CYL 
1988 - PLYU. SUNDANCE, 4-DR, UXL 



RON'8 
AUTO SALES 

HIT B9BJC-, 631-3003. Tg-FAUfl 



Reconditioning 

Includes: 

• Wash & Wax 

• Shampoo Seats & 
Carpeting 

"Clean Interior 

SUB At $AC95 

Only. .Jt-J 

CALL 681-3751 or 

681-6481 
Hwy. 59 N. T.R. Falls 



am muSJ*™* 1, Ca " M, ' 2a, ° Bfl ° r uua T SELL- SooUno buyer for 1077 



FOR SALE- 17 acroa, 10 ocros under 
water, part ol smntl lako, houto and oBier 
buloVigs. Ctoao to tithing lakes. Phono 
435-6010. NM2l4p ■ ■ ■ 

LAND FOR BALE- 160 acres (03 acroa 
ki CRP), and ful sat of buildings, good 
wef, location- 10 miles NW ol TRF. 681- 
4367.4I44P 

FOR SALE- Nlco 3-bodroom homo, tanjo 
, other bUUnga,' 80 acres, call 
": NM2t4p 



FOR SALE- Farmsito doso to TRF. 3- 
bodroorn houso, bom, and 6-10 acres of 
land (ncJudng grove. Call 701-293-6800 
Bnof8p.rn.4W4c 



FOR SALE- Pony aoddo In oxooDonl 
condition, $06.00. 218-478-2774. 

HMIMp 

I SELL consignment boats, Oono'a 
Marino. Mentor, MN, 218-637-2050. 
NM11IS-240 . 



Buk* Rogal. Iota ol oxtrna, boautlful car. 
$2,600.00, must see to opprociato. Co" 
mo at 084-5775 nights and wookande, o 
call 881-6384 days, — L '— * J " 
NM1t4p 



, ask lor Adam. 



ATTENTION: 

14X70 W/1 8X32, and 
12X20 ADDITION, 7 

bedrooms-already set 
up In Country Estate Trl. 
Crt. PHONE FOR APPT. 
Reasonable -681 -5512 



BOAT FOR SALE- Starerafl 18-1/2 ft 
nborglaaa, Inboard, 302. V-6, seats six, 
beamllul ahapo, 681-8790. NMStSp 

FOR SALE- 22" push mowor. $35.00 
firm, 681-7228. 1l42p 

AUTHOrTTZED PARTS and service far all 
popular lawn and gardon small ongbos. 
RV Sports, Hwy. 1 W., Thiol RhwFoil*. 

681-1007. 11420 

FOR SALE- 14' Glaspor Rurha-bout, 40 
h.p. Johnson, long shaft, $050.00. wit 
soil soperalo. call 218-478-3564. WM4t7c 



DOCKS, B0ATUFT8, pontoona, boats, 
outboords, discount prlcoa, Qeno'a 
Marino. Mentor, MN. 218-637-2050. 



FOR SALE- 1068 Dodgo Daytona Shol- 
by 2, loadod, warranty, S6.500.00Vobo; 
' oxport drum sot, $600.00; 681- 



FARM FOR SALE- 480 ocros. Holt 
township, 350 tUablo, 320 in Soc 35 has 
28x26 two story houso, 42x98 polo born, 
24x70 farrowing barn. 32x70 finishing 
bam, 3 ateel bins. 20x30 wood granary, 
next to tar, county rood, 160 acres In 
Sec. 14-15-23, Coil 449-3605. 2t43p 



Aurtos, Trailers 

FOR SALE- 1085 Dodge Diptomab-318, 
a.1. at, Ut, cruise, AM/FM, groat ahapo, 
»3,00a00. 437-6410, NMJlSp 

FOR SALE- 1082 Chovy 31 

good shapo, 294-6198 o 

EeaL 1U2p 

1B77 MERCURY Marquis, 400 onglno 



107B. iaovo moaaago, 1t42p 

FOR SALE- 1964 Ford F-600, box. hoist, 

brakoa, exhauat needs work, caJ 216- 

4783363. NMlMp 

FOR SALE- B-IL pickup. camper with 
store, gas/oloctno rofriporotor, running 
wntor, lurnaco. also 1070 F-250 8- 
cyUndar; 4-spood, 05,000 actual tries, 
now tires and clutch, good running con- 
dition and -body. Sold togothor or 
separately. Can 681-6585 after 5 p.m. II 
not home loavo mossago. wffl got bock b 

you. 300a ■ 

DEMO CARS: 1960 Plymouth Fury III, 
316 onglno; 1074 Plymouth Fury 111, 360 
onglno: 681-1680 anor 6 p-m. NMlMp 
"FOR SALE- 1086 GMC S-15 pickup, 
straight stick with Wppor. also has 
toolbox; aovoral long gowns, su» 0-10; 
also Wonttd- 24* oloctfic kitchen rango, 

281-7466. 1I42P 

1984 FORD Ranger. 4-apood, cal 681- 
2684 or call 681-4050 alter 6 p.m. 

NM1t4p - 

1068 TRANS AM GTA 350, foot InkKted, 
fully loaded, wNte with blue Interior, 
28,000 miles, S13.000.00, 210-425- 
7205. 210^63-2765. NM4t5p 



FOR SALE- 1077 Lincoln Town Car, 

S>od condtlon, (nlo rust, loadod, ovory- 
Infl work*. $1,250.00. will consider 
trade lor K-Car, early 1080s, cal 681- 
6355.NM214P 

MUST BELL- 1001 Olds. Cutlass 
Supremo, sunroof, nlco car, cal 874- 
4763. »42p 

FOR SALE- 1088 Chov. Colobrlty, 4- 
door, 4-cytlndor, automatic, air, cniso, lilt, 
spilt seats, oxcolont condition, 62,000 
hHiway mlloa, $4,800.00; 1969 PonMoo 
6000 LE. 4-door, V-8, automatic, tilt. 
eniso, air, storeo tape, split soots, door 
locks, and inoro. ono ownor, ktoso car, 
65.000 mHos, DLR 681-8800. 1H2p 
FOR SALE- 1066 Plymouth Reliant. 2- 
door. ZZ. auto., AM/FM, ok condtioriing. 
59,000 mPos. elonn and good tires. Call. 
661-2473 anor 4:00 p.m. NM2l4p ^ 

1976 DO DOE pickup, 318 automatic, 
rebuilt hoods, transmission, brakoa, 
$800.00; 1977 Volkswogon Rabbit, 

$400.00,681-1985. 1l42p 

FOR BALE- 1975 Dodge Convorslon 
van, 318, auto, p.s., good condition, 
$650.00, colt 661-6355. NM2»p 

-FOR'4WU-B. 1979 Monto Carlo, loadod, 
ax., p.w., pj», no rust, brown, must boo 
to approclato, $900.00/obo, 218-808- 

4266.NM3t4p 

1070 PORSCHE: 53,000 actua> mHos, 
with rocolpts, rust froo Arizona car, 
$4.200.00, 661-6530. 1t42p 

FOR SALE- 1 988 Bronco II 4x4, rod, ex- 
cellent condition, p.s, p.b. Hit, eruiso, 
B.C., a to. 4-apood ovordrlvo, 78.000 
mlos, $5,060,00. Coll 601-5689. NM2t3p 
FOR SALE- 1904 Chov. S-10 Btoior. 
4x4, V-8, automatlo, In good ihopo, 
$4,000.00, call 440-4281. 1l42p 



FOR SALE- Go cart, factory frumo with 4- 
h.p. onglno, good shapo, rooay to go, 
$176.00, 681-2904 nltor 6 p.m. 1t42o 

1083 8-10 pickup, V-6, 4-spood, 4-WD. 
GborglBSS topper, .$2,300.00, 681-6530. 
1M2p_ 

1062 MERCURY Lynx, 2-ocor, asking 
$1,000.00. Won malntalnod. 30-mBoo par 
gallon; cnJ 466-4405. NMIUp 

FOR SALE- Ford Irani, elnglo rail, 4- 
spood ovordrfvo, from 1970 Mustang, 
302, cverhaulod. 218-745-6002 daya, 
74B-4144 after 6X». 1t42p 



FOR SALE- 1982 Olds. 98, fcooor. 304 
V-8, 4-spood, outo. o.d. transmission, 
74,000 miles, $2,500.00; 1070 Chov. 
' Suburban 4-WD, 6.2 dtosol, dual air and 
heat, now Bros. $3,600.00, colt 661-6605 
aftor6p,m.NMH4p . 

1961 MERCURY Lynx atatian wagon, 4- 
cyllndor, 4-spood, crulso, air, AM/FM 
cossotlo, doon, 661-4815. 1l42p 

FOR SALE- 1977 Chryskir LoBaron. rod/ 
' whlto, rocont paint and body work. Looks 
sharp, runs great. Also LP gat hoator far 
cabin or shop, 563-2338. NM2t4p 

FOR SALE- 1078 Dodgo D100 1/2-ton 
pickup, 6-cy6ndor, $800.00; doop froozo, 
Revco rrtoko, 20 cubic ft, mako on oBor; 

Sordon Hilar, Hardware Hank, 5-h.p, 
250.00; call 222-3562 or 222-3751. 
NM4l5p 

FOR SALE- 1073 Plymouth Valiant; 1078 
Dodge Aspon; both low mlloago, 210- 
26P-CS6. NM2t4p 



l»77 MtHWUMT MOrqua, wi enguio ..,,..„„, «.tO nlekun cuilnm- 

good Uroo, good trans, rocohror hitch, 
hoavy-dutv coO springs, excellent body 
and aitorior. Cal 448-3605. 2143p 



UKE OF THE WOODS 

Lake lots on American side 

218-743-3322 Owner/Agent 

Free maps & info. 



FOR SALE- 1086 Joop Chorokeo. V-6, 
6-spood. Laredo package. 60.000 mlos, 
$7,000.00. call 608-4220 in Brooks. 
1142p 



wheels, visor, sunroof, 82,000 actual 
mDoa, $3,000.00 or best offer alto 1002 
Ford I/2-ton V-8, aula, p.e, 81 000 ac- 
tual mHos. $3,200.00 or best offor, cad 

681-7360. BHSo 

FOR SALE- 1964 Chevy S-10 pickup. 4- 
eylindor, 4-spood, running boards, sliding 
rear window, cal 438-3107. 1H2p 



FOR SALE- 3-bodroom houso wtih 2-car 
garage by ownor, 3 othor out buildings, 
new wot; 5 acres land, vory good gardon 
plot Just south ol graveyard in Holt with 
white pickot lonca. Reasonably priced, 
call evenings or mornings, 218-449. 
3001. NMIUp 



1078 CHRYSLER Cordoba. 400d. air. 
a.t. p.b. Bit, 8 

4886,F2H4p 
SUPER CAB- 1070 Ford F- 160 351, 
auto, pa, p.b, fflt. air. cruiw. sliding rear 
window. Must sell, 218-7966565 oner 6 
pm.NM2lSp 



,k. ™w «, FOH SALE- 1078 Corvooo. white, auto, 

SwSS'tS 2»„StSi Ksxn so, ' < "" 

after 5 p.m. IHZp 



1080 CADILLAC light blue, ful power, - 
excellent oondticn. 360 engine, cal 218- ™»V 
681-3481. NM2t4p >,UD 



FOR SALE- 1979 Ford LTD Landau, 2- 
door. new tires, runs good, $550.00/obo. 

463-2020. NMIUp 

FOR SALE- 1076 Dodge Aspen station 
wagon, six cylinder, 4-spood ovordrlvo, 
nitty but runs real wel, needs battery, 
$100.00. 253-4242. NMIUp 



INTER-COUNTY COMMUNTTY Cound, 
Inc. Hood Start wil sol ono 10B3 Ford 
Escort Wagon on bids; opprox. 63000 
milos; standard Iransmltslon;' air 
conditioning; good running condition. For 
more information or to boo vehtdo cal' 
706-6144. Bids wffl bo apomd at 3:00 
am. Juno 3, 1001 at (ha OtJoo offlco 
ICCC resorvos tho right to rojoct onv or 
al bids. 2U2o ' 

FOR SALE- 1077T-Bird, block. 400, V-6 
$1,000.00 or best oflor, alto ig7i pon- 
oao Catafina, 400, V-8. make olfbr, 681- 
4824 ahor 7 pm. 1U2p 

1SS7 SUZUKI Samurai convertiblo. 4- 
WD, air, oxeottont condtlon, 691-3138 or 
6B1-6050. 2U2p 

CONVERTIBLE: 10G7 Ford Galaxy 
500XL, buckott with oonsolo. 289 V-8 
auto., $3,800,00, 681-65X. 1U2p 



Friday, May 2»*V1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 17 



THE CLASSIFIEDS 



Motorcyclea-ATVs 

FOR SALE- 1982 Yamaha 250. lull 
windshield, storage comportmont, roll 
bar, 2.600 milos, oxcallont condition, 
$460.00, 681-1858. NM2Up 



FOR SALE- 1082 760 HondaNighthawk, 
now roar tiro, oicollont shapo, last;' 
Wontod: Buckot toots lor 1979 Dodgo 
Cott, cal 465-4405 oltor 6 p.m. NM2I40 



FOR SALE- 1084 XL 00s Honda 
motorcydo, also 1878 Yamaha Y-Z-00 
motorcyde, 064-652B oflor 5:00. 1M2p 



Motorcycles-ATVs 

FOR SALE- 1076 760 Honda Supor 
Sport, In good condtlon and ready to go, 
Aslung $500.00. Call 681-8148. 24 Ho 

FOR SALE- 1984 Yamaha Vonturo, 
1200cc. 5.600 milos, extra chromo, 
cniso, highway pegs, AM/FM/castoBo, 
custom paint, tu-tono bluo. mint, 
$3,800.00, call Oltor six. 437-8195. 
F3U6p 



Campers 



Campers 



FOR SALE- 1960 Yamaha Endure, stroot 
logal DT60U, liquid cootod, 1,097 mUos, 
oxcollonl condition, tomo oxtrat, 
$050.00/ollor. 681-3753, 681-8168. 
1t42p 



MOTORCYCLE BATTERIES lor sale. 

comploto lino liDod with add, chargod, 
roody to go. Altro Pdwot Battory Co, 
681-6425, Thiol Rhror Falls. 24tfo 




CAMPER FOR SALE- 1079 Ford Honey 
motomome. $9,000.00; 14-ft. camper. 
(loops 4, $600.00; 17-lL Apolb Inboard/ 
outboard Run-a-bout, 120 motor, 
$3.200.00, cal 681-6553. 2142p 

FOR SALE- 1S76 25-fL WWewortd Travel 
trailor, ulr, TV antenna, furnace, stove. 
tub, showor, now 2-woy Irtdgo, Akto 14-fl 
Larson boat and Crsftnana troBor, 683- 
4511. NM2t4p 

FOR SALE- 1960 pickup camper, 6' pop- 



FOR SALE- 0-1/2 ft. Leor piokup camper, 
$1,675 00. bathroom, atovo. rogrlgoraior, 
vory good condition. 881-8564. NM2Up 



SUZUKI 4-WHEELERS In otock for bn- 
medlato del Ivory. Models (rem 60-280co 
(neludng Wng/Ouod. RV Sports. Inc. 
Hwy. 1 Wost, TRF, 681-1007. 1t42c 



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FOR SALE- 8-lL pickup camper with 
atovo, gas/oloctrlc retngora**- running 
water, lurnaco, alto 1079 F-250 6- 
cyllndor, 4-spood, 65,000 actual mlee, 
now Bros and dutch, good running con- 
dition and body. Said togothor or 
BoparaUly. Coll 681-6565 of tor 5 p.m. II 
not homo loavo mostago, wil got back to 
you. 30tfo 



FOR SALE- Cocker Spaniol puppios, 3 
cuto purebred goldon males, $50.00 
oach. phone 528-3607. 1142p 

PUREBRED BAS3ETT hound, (molo), 3- 
1/2-yoort old. boauttful markings, loves 
kids. 681-7121. 1U2p 

DALMATlONPUPnES.AKCtfiro onglno 
dog). Out of state champion bloodinos. 
Sire hat AKC show pointM and has won 
at major thows across tho U.S. Wo will 
glvo puppios nrst shots and worming. Call 
210-437-0526, Argylo, MN. NM2t4p 



FOR SALE- Purebred Shih-Tru puppios, 
3 lemalos. black and whito, regaterod 
AKC. tmaO dogs, $125j00 oach. cal 425- 

7KAD UUiHk ^> 



TO OIVE AWAY- 2-yoar old registered 
TreowBtkor Coonhound. neods a good 
country home. 204-6450. 414 Sc 

PEKE-A-POOPUPS, 681-6370. F42lkj 



Hay, Feed, Seed 



FOR SALE- Bkj boles ol dairy and beet 
ouaity attalta hay. can dotvor, cal 465- 
4485 aftor 6 pm. NM4-1pc 



Snowmobiles 

FOR SALE- 1088 Areas Cat Cougar'in 
iko now coneSBon, $1,000.00. 436-2335 
aftor 6 p.m. 1U2p 



AKC ROTTWEILER pupt, 681-6370. 



F4OT SALE- AKC Chosupooko Bay 
Rqtnovor puppios. good vritn kldt, good 
hunting dogs. 294-6301. NMIUp 



Wanted to Rent 

WANTTO RENT- 2-3 booraom famished 
apartment kx month ol July. Cal 681- 
129 8or 681-6717. 1U2p 

WANT TO RENT- Smol ocreagos of hoy 

meadow, would pro tor shares but wB pay 
cash. Abo wil do custom baling, piling 
and cutting. Call 218-681-2615. 4U4p 



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1991 DODGE SHADOW 4 Dr., Raspberry..... $11,038 

1991 PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM 4 Dr., Blue..... $1,000 $14,596 

1991 PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM 4 Dr., Red 41,000 $16,041 

1991 CHRYSLER LEBARON 4 Dr., Champagne $1,000 $18,208 

1991 DODGE DYNASTY 4 Dr., Black Cherry .$1,000 $17,165 

1991 CHRYSLER 5TH AVENUE 4-Dr. WhMe $1,500 $25,159 

1991 PLYMOUTH GRAND VOYAGER VAN LE Blue $22,471 

1991 DODGE DAKOTA Blue and Sand $1,000 $13,986 

1991 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB Red, Demo. $1,000 $16,419 

1991 DODGE DAKOTA 4X4 Red & Silver .$1,000 $16,941 

1991 DODGE DAKOTA CLUB CAB 4X4 Blue $f,000 $f8,507 

1991 DODGE D-250 DIESEL Red & Grey $19,413 

199Q DODGE DAKOTA LE 4X4 Just Inll $ 11,995 

1989 DODGE W-150 4X4 White & Brown :-.$ 11,995 

1989 FORD F-150 4X4 Green & Brown $ 12,995 

1988 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER TURBO 4 Dr., Black .$ 9,995 

1988 DODGE DAYTONA 2 Dr., Red $ 8,995 

1988 CHRYSLER LEBARON TURBO 2 Dr., Maroon .$ 7,995 

1988 OLDS. CUTLASS CIERA 4 Dr., Grey $ 7,995 



1990 DODGE SHADOW ES 4 Dr., Red ...$10,995 

; 1990 CHRYSLER LEBARON GT 2 Dr., White .$1! 

: .1990 CHRYSLER LEBARON 4 Dr., White $13<400 

1990 CHRYSLER LEBARON 4 Dr., Biue $12,850 

1990 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4 Dr., Black Cherry .„;^$17,595 

1990 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER 4 Dr., Blue .^^^^£...$17,595 

,"l990 PLYMOUTH VOYAGER GRAND Blue .$16,995 

1991 DODGE DAYTONA 2 Dr., White .$11,750 

1991 DODGE SHADOW 4 Dr., White $10,995 

1991 DODGE SPIRIT 4 Dr., Red $14,495 

1991 DODGE SPIRIT 4 Dr., Grey .$11,495 

1991 DODGE DYNASTY LE 4 Dr., White ....$14,400 



.1991 DODGE DYNASTY LE 4 Dr., Grey $14,400 

1991 CHRYSLER 5TH AVENUE 4 Dr., Blue... $19,995 

.1991 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SE White $17,995 



PRE-OWNED CARS, VANS AND PICKUPS 



1988 DODGE CARAVAN SE Grey . 



..J$ 9,995 



1988 FORD VAN E-150 Grey $ 11,995 

1987 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER TURBO 4 Dr., Maroon.; $ .8,500 

1986 OLDS. 98 REGENCY 4 Dr., Grey ....! $ 9,495 

1985 FORD LTD II 4 Dr., Grey $ 2,995 

1985 FORD MUSTANG 2 Dr., Blue $ 3,995 

1984 FORD TEMPO 4 Dr., Brown $ 2,695 




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Friday, May 24, 1991 



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Recently. 



Sports 



See Pages 12-13 



Prowlers Lose Tournament Game, Basketball 
Coaching Changes, Men's, Women's Softball, 
DL Pitcher Strikes Out 17 



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50' 



Friday, May 31, 1991 




Sixth grade science Instructor Alan Krause at Franklin middle 
school In Thlof River Falls has been selected to attend a five- 
day, workshop entitled "Getting Physical In the Middle of 
•Science" dune 23-28 In Rochester. He is one of 28 Minnesota 
science teachers selected for the program. Krause Is pictured 
with "Lady 01," one of four boa constrictors he has In his 
science room at Franklin. 

Dairy princess contest 
held here this year 



Region I dairy princess contest, 
which alternates between the north 
and south half of the region every 
other year, will be conducted in 
Thief River Fulls this year as part 
of the 42nd annual Northwest Dairy 
Day celebration. 

Coronation of the Northwest 
Dairy Princess, who will represent 
Region I in the Minnesota Princess 
Kay of the Milky Way contest at 
the Minnesota State Fair, will take 
place Tuesday. June 11, at 12:30 
pjn. at Floyd B. Olson park where 
the dairy collie show is being held. 
In cose of rain the coronation will 
be held at the Best Western Inn. 

Contestants from the 
participating 16 counties will arrive 
at the Best Western Inn Monday, 
June 10, at 11 tun. for registration 
and room assignments. A luncheon- 
will be served at 12 noon with' a 
short program to follow. At 1 p.m. 
judging will begin and girls not 
involved in the judging will make 
promotional appearances at local 
grocery stores. 

Candidates will get to know one 
-another- better at a get acquainted 
party at 6:30 p.m. at the Best 
Western. 

Breakfast for candidates will be 



'at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Juno 11, 
followed by presentations by Bern 
Messenbring of Cologne, Princess 
Kay of the Milky Way, and 
Michelle Anderson of Hawlcy, 
Region I Dairy Princess. Greetings 
will also be brought by Joe 
Schmiiz, producer services director 
and Gene Watnaas, regional 
ficldman for the American Dairy 
Association of Minnesota. 

Discussion groups will be held 
from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. and a 
recognition luncheon held at 11 
a.m. At noon the contestants will 
leave for the coronation ceremonies 
at the dairy cattle show arena (or 
prepare for ceremonies indoors if 
the weather is unfavorable). 

Regional Princess Michelle 
Anderson will crown hex successor 
with assistance from Princess Kay 
Beth Messenbring. Following a 
photo session and motel check-out, 
winners will become involved with 
die cattle show by handing out 
awards. 

Anyone desiring additional 
information regarding the regional 

Rrincess contest may contact 
orma Hanson at Route 1, Box 
137, Goodridge, MN 56725 or by 
calling 278-4380. 



County notes 
Heritage days at 
Pioneer Village 

Plans are underway for a two- 
day celebration of "Heritage Days" 
on June 29 and 30 at the Pioneer 
Village in Thief River Falls. 

The event is being sponsored by 
the Pennington County Co mm ittee 
on Aging with the cooperation of 
the Historical society. 

There will be performances at 1 
and 3 p.m. Sunday, June 30 by a 
Native American dance and drum 
group and entertainment by local 
talent on both days. A program 
will also be held at 3 p.m. 
Saturday to honor Inga Gcving, 
former president of the Pennington 
County Historical society. 

A wide range of activities is 
being planned, including a number 
of demonstrations of pioneer days, 
such as tatting, making ice cream 
and lefse, spinning and quilt 
making. 

The Pennington County 
Homemakers will present a 
fashion show and the St. Hilaire 
Dancing Girls will perform. 
Refreshments will be served by the 
Pennington County 4-H dubs. 

Sheep Days set 
InGreenbush 
June 7 thru 8 

The 53rtt Annual Greenbush Sheep 
days will be held on June 7 and 8 
in Greenbush. 

Activities are planned for both 
days. The first day there will be a^. 
sheep shearing school. The school *< 
' is open to anyone, and anyone may,*^/ 
also-participate in the shearing ' 
contest to be held on Saturday at 
2:30p.m. 

Friday evening Dr. Cindy Wolf, 
Minnesota extension veterinarian, 
will speak. 

Saturday morning theiudging 
contest is open to 4-H, FHA and 
adult teams and individual starting 
at 8:30 a.m. Following the judging 
is the youth sheep show. 

Greenbush Sheep Days will end 
with Dr. Bob Tfcny, director of the 
Reflective Leadership Center in 
die Hubert H. Humphrey Institute 
of Public Affairs at the University 
of Minnesota, speaking on 
"Leading into the Unknown". 

Pennington county extension 
agent, Howard Person, encourages 
anyone interested in leadership to 
attend the banquet, held June 8, 7 
p.m. at the Greenbush Supper 
Club. 



Green Thumb honors workers 




by Marvin Landia 
Times Editor 

In 25 years the Green Thumb 
program originally created by the 
Fanners Union has grown into a 
nonprofit rarporntion operating In 
44 stales and Puerto Rica Itisan 
older worker training and 
employment program which 
provides meaningful work with 
public and non-profit agencies for 
many people— including 1.067 
workers earning 52,890.791 in 
wages during 1990 in Minnesota 
alone. ,...,, 

Pennington county had 13 
employed and earning $34,636 last 
year. Other counties in the area, 
the number of Giecn Thumb 
workers and wages paid include: 
Marshall, 10 workers and $29347; 
Red Lake. 10 and 531.870; 
Roseau. 12 and 527,703; Polk. 19 
and 556,278; Kittson, 10 and 
530.931; Beltrami, 13 and 
536.784; and Clearwater, 15 and 
50.262. 

Green Thumb is much more 
than numbers, however, according 
to the people who work in the 
program. It is also more than the 
addition of a few more dollars to 
spendable income. In many coses 
it is on extension of community 
interest and an opportunity for 
social interaction which would 
otherwise be unavailable. 

"I just love it," states Ruby 
Ramsey of her job ns a Green 
Thumb worker at the Thief River 
Falls public library. "The people 
are nice, the atmosphere is good, 
and I get to see so many people 
who I have known before. 

Mrs. Ramsey, the former Ruby 
McEnelly of the Goodridge area, 
farmed with her husband Selmcr 
southeast of Goodridge before they 
moved to Thief River Falls about 
25 years ago. She worked in the 
dietary department of the local 
hospital tor 25 years before 
retiring in 1986. - — 

Selmcr died about 13 years ago. 
After her retirement Ruby did 
some sewing for others — mostly 
mending and altering — in her own 
home. She learned about the 

See Green Thumb, page 20 



Don Bentley has been working for the Red Lake Watershed 
District for the past two months under tho Green Thumb 
program, putting In 20 hours a week In custodial and other 
services. He Is shown with a tree to bo planted on the grounds 
of tho watorshed district office at the corner of Main avenue 
and First street 

Tech student honored at 
graduation on Thursday 



Check Our 

Tuesday Issue 

Of The Times 

Featuring Our 

■ Dairy. Day-z— 

Supplement 



Less than one week before he 
was to graduate from the Thief 
River Falls Technical College 
Aviation program, John Carl 
Gearey was killed in an accident 
near his home. 

According to the Minnesota 
■state patrol in Broinerd, Gearey was 
killed in a rearrend accident 
involving three cars. The state 
patrol received a report of the 
accident located just east of the 
Pine River city' limits on Cass 
County Road 2 at 1:40 ojn. on May 
25."The three vehicles 'involved in- 
the accident included a 1980 
Oldsmobile driven Jiy Angela 
Michelle Soger, 17, Pine River, a 



1984 Buick driven by Jan Murray 
Wilcox, 23, St. Paul, and a 1983 
Toyota pickup driven by John Carl 
Gearey, 20, Pine River. 

The state patrol didn't have 
details of how the accident 
happened when they were called by 
The Times, but an administrator for 
the Technical College, said Gearey 
had stopped to assist a stranded 
motorist when he was struck and 
killed by another vehicle. 

His selfless act of kindness was 
honored by speakers at Graduation 
for ovcr-300 students of the 
Technical College Thursday in 
Thief River Falls. A moment of 
silence paid tribute to a classmate. 



Despite the terrible 
consequences of the accident, 
Gearey s parents decided to attend 
the graduation ceremony for 
Technical College students in Thief 
liver Falls Thursday evening and 
three friends in the aviation 
. program picked up his diploma for 
him. . , _. 

According to a story in the Pine 
River Journal, the 20-year-old 
Gearey was a 1989 graduate of Pine 
River high school where he was 
captain of the football team", a 
member of the wrcsding team, on. 
the honor roll, athletic club officer 

See Student, page 20 



Oscar Nyflot opens car wash with a little help from friends 



by Amy Isaacson 
Times Reporter 

Oscar Nyflot and his wife 
La Verne have been driving daily 
from Lake Branson to Thief River 
Falls since 1954. 

Not really, but to Oscar it seems 
like it. He and his wife own the 
new Nyflot Car Wash on highway 
59 in Thief River Falls. For 37 
years they have been doing 
business in town, so he may look 
familiar. 

In 1954 he owned Newlands 
_cream-Station,.where -Russcll's-bor 
currently is, and in 1958 bought 
Volley Dairy. 

Bock in those days Valley Dairy 
wasn't a convenience store, but a 

Elace where he and bis wife 
rought their cream from Lake 
Bremen. They later changed it into 
the first store in Thief River Falls 
to be open from seven' a.m. 
tol loan, seven days a week. 

In 1975 be bought Volley 24, the 
first 24- hour operation in town. 
He owned that up until a few years 
ago, and the biggest memory he 
could recall was that there was on 
armed robbery there within its first 



Id 1971 he purchased the land 



With the help of 
friends, family and a 
lot of work, he made 
It to the Grand 
Opening last week. 

that is now 'Amoco 24 from 
Kenneth Berg. At that time he 
didn't have any plans on what to do 
with it. „_„ __. 

In the fall of 1989 he purchased 
the property next to Amoco 24 
with plans of building a car wash, 
but at that time his plans were only 
a dream. With the help of friends, 
family and a lot of work, he made 
it to the Grand Opening last week. 

But before the slightest glimpse 
of a Grand Opening was in sight. 
many things had to be done. Plans 
could not be made until Oscar 
figured out exactly what he 
wanted. He traveled through six 
states to gather information on all 
different types of car washes. 

After Oscar knew what he 
wanted the car wash to look like, 
he found an artist to sketch his 



idea. It was exactly what he had 
planned, and no one in the world 
had one iust like it. 

He planned the layout of his 
office, the gift shop and the car 
wash itself. 

The car wash consists of two 
types of operations. The touch-less 
automatic wash is for people who 
don't want the hassle, and don't 
wont to get out of the car. There 
are no brushes used, so the wash is 
also worry-free from scratches. 
The self-serve is for those who 
_ want to_wnsh,thc car.themsclvcs.__ 

The thing thai we're so proud of - 
here is our clean facilities; the 
walls arc always kept white,.* he 
said. «"' 

Another tiling he's proud of is 
the unique design of the car wash. 
"The whole thing is made of 
concrete, so you don't have to 
worry about getting your car full of 
grave] when you leave." 

Same things arc still not 
finished, "but that will come with ' 
timc_jind money," he said. 

Last week the Grand Opening 
was held, and everything went 
belter than planned. Thanks to the 

See Nyflot, page 20 




Oscar Nyflot, tho proud ownor of Nyflot car 
wash, hold a Grand Oponlng lost wook to 
promoto his now buslnoss. Oscar and his 



wlfo LaVorno havo boon doing buslnoss In 
Thiol Rh/or Falls for tho past 37 yoars. 






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Friday, May 3J, 1991 



Friday, May 31, 1991 



WEEKEND TELEVISION SCHEDULE 



Summer Fun 

Summer and baseball seem 10 go 
together but sometimes young child- 
ren have a hard time with the odjust- 
' menu and young children can enjoy 
baseball with the family. If the 
chUd is having a tough time "con- 
necting" with the ball it is wise w 
use a tec to place the ball on. Also 
the "fat" bats may help and larger 
MU , If a "tec" is not available, let 
the child hit "grounders." Roll the 
ball instead of throwing it for the 
child to hit 

Instead of "three strikes," let the 
child swing until he hits the ball. If 
you play teams, all children on the 
team bat and change instead of 
counting "outs." 

Young children love to play 
"grown-up games," so enjoy a game 
of baseball with all ages, so every- 
one can participate. 

(Contributed by Discovery Place 
child care center.) 

SCAVENGER HUNT 

For next week's Activities fea- 
ture, you will need white paper, sta- 
pler, scissors, paste, magazines and 
crayons. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Summer is here! Some great new 
books are also available at the Thief 
River Falls public library including 
the following: ^Z^* 

Lionni,Lco. Matthew's Dream, 
Beloved children's author Leo Lion* 
ni Is right on the mark with his 
newest book about a mouse named 
Matthew who begins to see his drea- 
ry surrounding in n new way. 

Nikola-Lisa, W. Night Is Com- 
ing. A beautiful bedtime story in 
lush, velvety hues, this book is set 
on a form. The sights, sounds and 
sensations of dusk are described as 
seen through the eyes of a little girl. 

video Variety 



Dr. S«uss's Caldecotts. Contains 
such classics as Met-"'?"''* Pool. If 
I Ran the Zoo and Bartholomew and 
the Ooblcck. all winners of the pres- 
tigious Caldccoa award. 

(Contributed by the Northwest 
Regional Library.) 



PARENTING TIPS 
Summer Child Care 

For many working parents sum- 
mer means a change in their child 
care situation or routine. Maybe 
you have school age children that 
. now need day care or maybe your 
regular child care provider doesn't 
do child care' in the summer. Some 
of you may use a high school stu- 
dent nnd have them come into your 
home. Whatever the reason, sum- 
mer often brings changes in routines 
for us and our children. 

Remember that the some basic 
guidelines apply when determining 
what ts quality care for your child 

•Talk to your child and prepare 
him/her for the new experience or 
change in routine. 

•If there is going to be a totally 
new provider taking care of your 
children, give them a chance to 
meet and get acquainted two or 
three times Dcfore you start the new 
arrangement. 

Talk and act positive about the 
new experience. Your child will 
pick up on your feelings. If you ore 
anxious about the new situation, try 
not to let your child sense it. 

•Say goodbye in the same way 
each day. Don't try to sneak out. 
There may be tears if your child 
needs to adjust Explain in a matter 
of fact way when you will return 
and then leave. 

•Communicate. closely with your 
provider about your child's day. 



Talk about what you do at work. 
Listen when your child talks about 
his day. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
ofSchool District 564.) 



Water quality 
workshops 
slated in area 

Three water Quality assessment 
workshops will be held in June as 
part of a project focusing on pesti- 
cides and land use in the Gcarwater 
River Basin. The workshops will 
advise and inform agricultural pro- 
ducers on the impact of farming 
practices, including using geograph- 
ic information systems (GIS) to 
show the relationship between land 
and management practices and 
water quality. 

The International Coalition for 
Land and Water Stewardship will 
cornpletc the geographic informa- 
tion system analysis and work with 
the Northwest Experiment Station 
and Minnesota Extension Service in 
implementing the workshops. The 
dates and locations are as follows: 
June 17, Clearbrook senior citizens 
center, 7-9 p.m,; June 18, Hickory 
township hall, 7-9 p.m.; and June 
19, Plummcr community center, 7- 
9pm. 

Please call The International 
Coalition (218) 233-0292 for further 
information. 

Reay elected 

Brett Reay, Thief River Falls, was 
recently elected an ofT-campus stu- 
dent senator at North Dakota Slate 



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Students In the morning class of the Nursery 
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held their spring program. Pictured above are 
soma of the students who participated In the 



program: (from left) Joshua Dahle, Tyla Pream, 
Tana Lamm, Renee Pagnac, Corey Thorstad, 
Kendra Wang, Joy Braband, Kylle Donlln, 
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University for the 1991-92 school 
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A junior majoring in mass com- 
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English, Reay is an officer of Alpha 
Tau Omega fraternity. 

Reay is a 1988 graduate of Lin- 
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With a tittle help from their teacher these Nurs- 
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formed during a recent spring program. Pic- 
tured above are Just a tew of the students who 
participated In the program: Mrs. Marlel Woods,. 



Runes Jorgenaon, Christopher Mlckelson, 
Jaclnda Bergeron, Stacy Wlseth, Shawn Olson, 
Aaron Kalsnes, Maureen Duffy, and Zachary 
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Friday, May 31, 1991 



Technical college 
gives out $6,300 
in scholarships 



l^rrf Ki.rr I jIIi u-.hJi.cjl col- 
:f{t j-jrJrj SrOOO in icholar- 

• ^:[-> ;:; ijv; sCi>r,J ■.". 4 tenet of 

Sihi'iar^.iip A'*jiJ Da>i held on 

Jwlxii-ir^ipi were m±ic pcnsiblc 
ihfoa^fi J.'.-uii.'tn friitn the Hani 
four.Jjt^-n. tliu-! R»cr Vails Etlu- 
jjnoa Awciaiion. Thief River 
KiIU rou.iiitk'-n. Founo*n-Grygla 
SpiTLvmjn Club, ihe Mary Jo Rand 
SchoUf^hip Fund and ihe Arnold 
jnd El -.a NaUen Scholarship 
A'*j.'J. 

Recipients of the award from 
Thief River Falli include: Todd 
Braunichneig. Cory Buggc, Todd 
Carhon. Rcnay Erickson. Dwight 
Forsvihc. David Hell. Ryan Hoff- 
man. Rhonda KoslrecN-iki. Jason 
Oiibcrg. Erie Sirombere. Billy 
Swcc/er. James Tibbciis IV, Dcbra 
Wceis and Brcnden Wilde 

Recipients from other com muni - 
lies include: Michelle Bergeron, 
David Lccangtr and Laurie Ropacz. 
Argyle; Charlenc Morinville, 
Brooks: Ronald Lian. Jr., Crook- 
ston; Timothy Pfaff, Eagan; Debo- 
rah Lcicr, Erskine ; Becky Swanglcr 
and Brcnda Wetland, Euclid: Brian 
Klomps. Gilbert; Mark Stabcl, 
Goodhue; Tim Lussier and Andrew 
Melius. Grand Rapids: Clyde 
Stephens. Grccnbush; Bruce 
Aarsvold and Larry Jauhola. Hal- 
lock; 

Also Kim Carlson, Karlstad; 
Glenn Dennis, Lake Elmo: Kimbcr- 
lee Larson. Lake Park; Dennis 
Clark, Lakcvillc; Donna Lundon. 



Mahnomen; Roben Burrowi, Men- 
dou Heifhts: Douglas Anderson 
and Darren Scavcrson, Middle 
River; Joe Ruche. New Brighton; 
Sheila Heiiekind, Newfolden; 
Cindy Duftxit.Jody Kenftcld, Bon- 
nie Knott. Roulyn Knuuon and 
Rebecca Warn. Red Lake Falls: 
Jonathon Wcsely, Robinsdale: 
William Wind, Rosevillc; Loij Jir- 
masck, Roseau; Bret Anderson, Sl 
Hilaire: Rochelle B]azejewiki. 
Strandquiit; Alice Bcito, Strath- 
cona; and Lynac Fuucui, Trail; 

Also Frank Novak. Woodbury; 
Leonard Siockwell, Beach, ND; 
Stacy Vandal, Bottineau. ND: Joe 
Salwti and Daniel Olson, Edinburg, 
ND; Roben D. Smith, Jr., Fargo, 
ND; Trgcy Uammaigtea, Grand 
Forki, ND; Dwight Dvirnak, 
Killdeer. ND; Gerald Hilzcndegtr 
and Todd Jangula, Napoleon, ND; 
and Tate Bums, SL Thomas, ND. 

Davidson earns 
education degree 

Jennifer Davidson, daughter of 
Janet Davidson of Thier River Falls 
and Jack Davidson of Thief River 
Falls, graduated from the College 
of St. Benedict on Saturday, May 
25. in the college's Bcncdicta Aru 
center auditorium. 

Davidson graduated. cum laudc 
with a degree in elementary educa- 
tion. She is a 1986 graduate of Lin- 
coln high school. 



JudyMosloff,52 

TfaUf Kiitr Kalli — Judy 
MutljJf. *:. died May 10 at the 
L'nuervl) «'( MirnctoU hmpml m 
Minneapoliv 

Funeral jervwei »ill be held June 
3 at 2 p.m. at the Evangelical Free 
church with Rev. Curus Anderson 
officiating. Interment will be at 
Greenwood cemetery. The Green 
Funeral Home is in charge of 
arrangements. 

Visitation will be held Sunday 
from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Green Funer- 
al Home. 

A complete, obituary will be 
printed in a later edition of the 
Times. 

Erskine water 
carnival slated 
for June 7-8-9 

Forty-fifth annual Erskine water 
carnival will be conducted Friday 
through Sunday, June 7. 8 and 9, 
with o number of event! planned 
for public entertainment and recre- 
ation. 

Among events scheduled Satur- 
day are the 10K-2 mile "Big Fish" 
race, take a kid fishing day, child- 
ren's tractor pull and a co-ed volley- 
ball tournament on the beach. 
Music events include an afternoon 
country music jamboree and an 
evening free gale dance. 

The fishing contest begins at 6 
am. Sunday on Lake Sarah. Other 
Sunday events include the antique 
and specialty vehicle show, sailboat 
regatta, RC car and truck race, fire- 
men's water fight, grand parade and 
fireworks over the lake, 

A craft show and flea market 
will be held both days with indoor 
and outside booth space available. 




VFW Pott 2703 In Thief Rlvir Falls rKtrjtly 
InstallMl officers for the coming year. Pictured 
abovt are ttw officers who wire ct the Installs* 
tlon meeilng held recently: (front row, from lefl) 
Joe Rlnowakl, post surgeon, Bill Hawkyard, 
junior vice commander, Msyer Holen, service 
commander, John Ellison, commander, Ken 
Dunrud, quartermaster, and Harold Anderson, 
Installing officer; {back row) Del Bergdshf, bar 



committee, Steve Swanaon, Judge advocate,. 
Selmer Dlmmen, post chaplln, Ernest Morben, . 
bar committee, Earl Etteland, trustee, Durlyn 
Riut, bar committee, Roy Jorgenson, adjutant,' 
Dave Johnaon, bar committee, Monty Ifark- 
strom, athletic director, Chet Aubol, service 
otneaf, Royd Johnson, officer of the day, and 
Bob Burstad, trustee. 



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of northwest Minnesota and surrounding area. The Northern Watch. 

Is published In conjunction with the Thief River Falte Times. 

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Seventh-day Adventlst elomontary school graduated the four 
students pictured above last Friday. Students to graduate from 
the school, which Is located In Thief River Falls, Included 
Stephanie Bedker, daughter of Stan and Jan Bedker; Shane 
Hanson, son of Dewey and Terry Hanson; Holly Nordvlck, 
daughter of Darrold and Darcy Nordvlck; and Patrick Simpson, 
son of Charles and Jolayne Simpson. 



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Graduation exerciiei for the 
Seventb-diy Advcntiii elemcnuiry 
acbool were held Friday, May 24 at 
8 pjn. in the Seventh-day Adventiit 
church. Graduating from the eighth 
grade were: Stephanie Bedker, 
daughter of Stan and Jan Bedker 
Shane Hanson, aon of Dewey and 
Terry Hanaon; Holly Nordvick, 
daughter of Darrold and Darcy 
Nordvlck; and Patrick Simpson, 
aon of Chirks and Jolayne Simp- 
ion, the graduates chose as their 
class aim ^Heaven is our Goal*. 
Tbefr class motto was, "Forward in 
His Name* Their class colors were 
aqua and black. 

As Mrs. Ida Nordvall played the 
processional, graduates were pro- 
ceded Into the church by the sev- 
enth-grade class and platform par-, 
tlclpants. Shane Hanson offered 
tno Invocation. The handbell choir 
then played two selections, after 
which Patrick Simpson introduced 
the speaker, Mrs. Lois Bray. Pol- 
lowing the graduation addresi. 
Holly Nordvick gave a tribute to 
teachers and Stephanie Bedker 
gave a tribute to parents. Holly 
Nordvlck then tang "Prom a Dis- 
tance" which was followed by 
reflections of the four graduates bv 
teachers Duane and Marion Mad- 
den. On behalf of Maplewood 
Academy Evelyn Glass presented 
scholarship awards to each gradu- 



ate. Jolayne Simpson, chair of the 
School's operating committee pre- 
sented awards to Shane and Jesse 
Hanson for their perfect attendance 
and on-time record during the hut 
school year. Mrs. Simpion also 
anirifd principal Madden with the 
presentation of diplomas. 

Stephanie Beaker played a vio- 
lin solo after which Mr. Madden 
offered the benediction. Following 
the recessional, graduates greeted 
well-withers in the foyer of the 
"church as well as at the reception 
held afterward in the school audito- 
rium. 






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Friday, May 31, 1991 



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Rand* n ci^ht years old and 
Pawners: n wven. They »ot fnh- 
m,; at ihc Eighth Sued l-nd^c area. 

Da*n had run hi'me 10 etictk in 
*iLh her Mum *N.-n R.mdy caughi a 
small fiih— hi* second of ihc sea- 
son. Hi* Tip.! was a tour and one- 
half pound northern. In his excite- 
ment he left his and Dawn's rods 
and reels to tun two and a half 
blocks home to tell his Mom. When 
he and Dawn relumed about five to 
10 minutes later, both rods and reels 
had been stolen. 

This certainly wasn't very sports- 
man-likc of some other angler fish- 
ine, from the same spot as the chil- 
dren— perhaps even the person who 
said he would watch their rods Tor 
them. Isn't this an excellent impres- 
sion to make on n child— it's OK to 
iicaJ. juil don't get caught? 

But thanks to another older gen- 
tleman (perhaps a Grandpa himself) 
who heard or read about the theft 
and was concerned enough to go to 
the police department and get 
Randy's name and his mother's 
address. Randy and Dawn are back 
among the anglers. Grandpa and 
Grandma Mosirom also provided 
new rods. 

The gentleman who found 
Randy's name gave him a rod and 
reel and a full tackle box, including 
a number of lures in unopened pack- 
ages. He is unidentified, but Randy 
- wrote the following letter on his 



own: *I like the takel bo* and the 
raiding rcl. Thank you very much. 
Randy. - 

As a result of this gift. Randy 
and Dawn have a better perspective 
of sportsmanship and respect for 
others. 

Sincerely. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mostrom 

Oklce 
To The Editor 

Hats off! 

I was walking into the Amoco 
station on Monday when n boy 
about six to eight years old rode by 
me on his bike. Our paths crossed 
fairly close. As he went by he said, 
"excuse me.' 

This isn't a major occurrence, 
but I would like to congratulate the 
parents and this young boy. 

Two words — "excuse me" — 
made my day!' 

Who was that mystery rider? I 
don't know, but our city is proud of 
him and all the other bike riders 
who conduct themselves in a cour- 
teous, safe manner. 

Sincerely, 

Bob Dergan 

Executive Vice President 

TRF Chamber or Commerce 
To The Editor 

Nordic chapter of the American 
Diabetes association has received 
donations from Ihc American 
Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, 
Eagles lodge and Heritage 
Community center in Thief River 
Falls. 

The chapter is grateful for these 
contributions toward our mission to 
prevent and cure diabetes and to 



improve the lives of all peoplo 
alTecied by diabetes. 

Our general fund-raising is to 
continue programs of patient, pro- 
fessional and public education and 
to pursue funding of research. 

Memorials or donations may be 
sent in the chapter through Wiwird 
StrombcrR at 348 Tindolph Avenue 
North, Thief River Falls, MN 
56701. 

Your's Truly. 

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Editor 

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To The Editor 

Congratulations to all the stu- 
dents from Franklin Middle School 
who recently performed for us at 
Chaska Middle School. If all the 
other students in your community 
arc like these, (hen you must be 
very proud of the high level of 
maturity displayed by your young 
people. 

Many of the staff members at 
Chaska commented on (he courtesy 
shown by the Thief River Falls stu- 
dents. All this, in addition to the 
excellent musical performances by 
the jazz band and pops choir. We 
.have hosted these groups from 
"TRF for 10 consecutive years and 
eagerly look forward to number 11. 

A tip of (he Chaska hats to the 
parents, the students, and especially 
to music directors Morcio KnutliTa 
and Mike Lchrcr. 

Sincerely, 

Barry Fox 

Instrumental Music Teacher 

Chaska Middle School 



HATS OFF TO 4-H 



Hlghlanding 

The Highlanding 4-H club held 
its monthly meeting on May 10 at 
the Goodridgc senior citizen center. 
President Marten Dahlen colled the 
meeting to order. Flo$ pledges and 
club pledges were recited. Roll call 
was taken with the response of 
"Nome a fish starting with the first 
letter of your name." Ben Hanson 
read the secretary's report from the 
March meeting. No meeting was 
held in April. Val Horachek gave 
the treasurer's report. 

Business discussed: Is the club 
interested in Adopt-A-Highway? 
Possible roads were discussed. It 
was tabled for the next meeting. It's 
also time to mow Highlanding 
cemetery. We set the date for Satur- 
day, May 19, at 1:30 p.m. Planting 



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flower beds at the fairgrounds was 
discussed. The club decided that it 
was easier for the clubs that are 
closer to Thief River Falls to plant 
those flower beds and keep them up. 

Dairy day is June II. wc will set 
up a schedule for club members to 
take turns passing out samples at the 
Goodridgc Cafe and Haru stores. 
Each member was also given 
changes to the premium list to put 
with last year's list. Members were 
urged to get something going on 
their 4-H fair projects. Club banner 
ideas were voted on. Dawn Hanson 
will bring materials for banner to 
next meeting. Meeting adjourned. 

The following demonstrations 
were given: Carl Dahlen— fishing, 
Ben Hanson — wooden shelves he 
had made, and Clifton Hanson— 



t GRADUATION j 
CONGRATS! 

S, To the Man voted "Best < 
Physique", class of '91 < 

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Stay healthy, sincere, 

honest, and proud 

forever. 

Love, Dad 



marigolds. A video on hunting was 
shown by Bealtie Mickelson. Lunch 
was served by Bob and Sheila 
Dahlen. Our next meeting will be 
held on June 6 at the Goodridgc 
senior citizen center. 
Benjamin Hanson, reporter 

Crop question 
series continues 
next Tuesday 

The last of three coffee shop 
meetings on crop insects and dis- 
ease will be held Tuesday, Juno 4, at 
1:30 pan. in the courthouse meeting 
room. 

Specialists included in this final ; ", 
meeting arc Roger Jones, extension l 
plant pathologist, and Davo Noetzel, 
extension entomologist. Both have 
' on excellent background in small 
grains and row crop insects and dis- 
ease. 

Some of the questions to be dis- 
cussed are: "Is this a good year to 
use fungicides on my wheat?" and 
"What's this about a new strain of 
rust on barley in my area and with 
the big increase in sunflower acres, 
what insects should I be watching 
fort* 

Farmers arc asked to bring their 
questions and (hey will be dis- 
cussed. 

For further information contact 
Howard Person, Pennington county 
extension agent for agriculture. 

Larson gains EGF 
Tech honor list 

Wendy Larson, daughter of June 
Larson of Thief River Falls, has 
been named to the president's aca- 
demic honors list at the East Grand 
Forks technical college for the 1991 
winter quarter. To qualify, a student 
must maintain n grade average of 
3.5 to 4.0. 



Send The Children To 
ECFE's Safety Town 

Guest Editorial 
by Donna Myhrer 
Community Editor 

Wake up, Parents of Thief River 
Fallsf If you have a preschooler, age 4 
1/2 to kindergarten age, you should call 
the Early Childhood Family Education 
Program at 681-8670 to sign up for a 
session at Safety Town. 

The Program starts^next week and, 
according to Joyce Froschhelser, direc- 
tor, there are still a few openings. She 
adds that each year about 30 children 
are registered and about 170 who are 
eligible arent. Apparently there are a 
lot of parents who don't think this is 
Important 

But, really, can you think of anything 
more Important? Watching your favorite 
television show or mowing the lawn, 
maybe. After all, most of the children 
who are now four or five years old are 
not going to die In accidents In the next 
few years. But soma will. 

Shouldn't every parent's first concern 
be to protect a child by every reasonable 
means? The Safety Town program will 
be held two evenings a week during 
June. Is your child's life and health 
worth a few hours and maybe juggling 
your schedule a little? 

Maybe you think you can teach your 
child about safety better than a session 
at Safety Town, but you cant The pro- 
gram covers pedestrian safety, using Hot 
Cycles (with seat belts) as "cars," ani- 
mals, fire safety, poisons, strangers and 
a ride and practice with buses. A police 
officer is there at each session , as well 
as firefighters and other specialists. 
Let's face it, no one person Is well 
trained in all of these fields. 

A parent group meet at the same 
time as the children's session, so that 



you will hav~e the opportunity to learn 
about some of the things that may 
threaten your child and the things you 
can do to help protect him. 

Some time ago, a fetter from a 
kindergarten was printed in an advice 
column. The writer explained that after 
spending a lot of time explaining 911 to 
the children In the class and having them 
all memorize the emergency number, 
one child raised his hand and said, "It 
would be easier to use 911 if I knew what 
a '9' looked like." Many parents assume 
that their children know things, sort of 
automatically, because the parents know 
them. But are parents totally prepared 
for whatever emergency may come up? 
Probably not. Are you really sure that 
you have done everything you can to 
prevent accidents involving your child? 

As a parent faces the first day when 
the child goes to the park alone, crosses 
the street and becomes Interested in 
matches, savage neighborhood dogs or 
drinking from "soda" bottles in some- 
one's garage, the fact that only a few 
take advantage of Safety Town is 
appalling. 

Not everyone will lose a child to an 
accident. But ask around. I am sure that 
everyone who has raised a child can tell 
a horror story about an accident that 
"could have been serious." 

My older son cut his knee when he 
was four and felt on a piece of metal 
playing In long grass and had to have 
stitches. My younger son, just learning 
to walk, almost drowned when I left him 
for "just a minute" In the yard at tho lake 
with ' his" four-year-old older brother 
watching him. We ware lucky. Lots of 
people are lucky But Isnt it smarter to 
be prepared than just lucky? 

Accidents are the Number One 
cause of death for children.. Maybe you 
can teach your children everything they 
will need to know to protect them. But 
maybe you will miss something Impor- 
tant. Do you really think it Is worth the 
risk? 



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Moil of Ihc money caper 
g rival year IWOinMmr 



Sixth grado students from Grygla elementary 
school made their class trip to Duluth and St. 
Paul Thursday and Friday. May 2 and 3. Thoy 
viewed tho harbor and other features In 
Duluth and toured tho Stato Capitol, Fort 
Snelllng, Sclenco Museum and Omni Theatre 
In St. Paul. Shown at the Stato Capitol with 
Rap. Welly Sparby ol Thiol River Falls and 
Rop t . Jim Tunhelm ol Konnody are tho 
following (left to right): Front row, Curtis 
Saurdllf, Bryan Dobmolor, Josso Lunsettor, 
James Engolstad, Kylo Lualgnan and Derrick 



Gust; second row, Erica Holto, Rachol Klein, 
Randy Foss, Jason Swanson, Julio Sundborg, 
chaperones Dlano Lunsettor and Denlso 
Holthusen; third row, Rop. Sparby, Bryan 
Haack, Jaclyn Haack, Jill Schulor, Karla 
Byklum, Kevin Engolstad, Shaun Vorbout, 
Cory Waling and Aaron Holthusen; back row, 
principal Loron Luslgnan,' Rop. Tunholm, 
faculty member Vorn Johnson, chaporone 
Linda Engolstad, sixth grado toachor Bernlece 
Jello, bus driver Bonnlo Nolson, chaporone 
Judy Haack and bus driver Lorraine Nordby. 



tended 
during rival year 1990 in Minneso- 
ta by the U.S. Department of \tier- 
ani Attain (VA) went directly to 
veterans, according to Morris 
Nooncr. Jr., director of Sl Paul VA 
regional office and insurance cen- 
ter. 

Or more than S526 million dii- 
inbuied in Minnesota last year, 
more than $62 million went to vet- 
erans in six northwestern Minneso- 
ta counties. 

Of more than $237 million that 
went directly to veterans as com- 
pensation and pension for disabling 
injuries or diseases incurred while 
in the armed forces, more than S5.4 
million went to the six northwest- 
ern counties. 

VA spent more than S12 million 
for readjustment and vocational 
rehabilitation benefits, more than 
S34 million for insurance and 
indemnity payments, more than $7 
million Tor facility construction and 



Kittson county veterans received 
S570.526 for compensation and 
pension, $18,097 for readjustment 
and vocational rehabilitation and 
S39.442 for insurance and indemni- 
ties which totals S628.065. 

Marshall county veterans 
received $688,641, which included 
S600.359 for compensation and 
pension, 515,868 for readjustment 
and vocational rehabilitation and 
$72/114 for insurance and indemni- 
ties. 

Pennington county veterans 
received 5828,233 for compensa- 
tion and pension, $73,149 for read- 
justment and vocational rehabilita- 
tion arid $89,179 for insurance and 
Indemnities for a toal of $990.56!. 

\fcicrans in Polk county received 
52,440,597 for compensation and 
pension, $89,156 for readjustment 
and vocational rehabilitation and 



$216,513 for insurance and indem- 
nities which totals S2.746.266. 

Red Lake county received 
$282,285. which included 5244.614 
for compensation and pension, 
$6,125 for readjustment and voca- 
tional rehabilitation and $31,546 for 
insurance and indemnities. 

Roseau county veterans received 
$780,308 for compensation and 
vocational rehab dilation, $4,918 for 
readjustment and vocational reha- 
bilitation and $90,501 for insurance 
and indemnities for a total of 
$875,727. 

Grandbois in 
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Dorinda Grandbois performed in 
a mixed recital at the University of 
Minnesota. Morris, in the recital 
hall of the humanities fine oris cen- 
ter on the UMM campus on 
Wednesday, May 29, at 8:15 pm. 

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Friday, May 31, 1991 



Friday, May 31, 1991 



Grafton hires 
development director 

Grafton, ND — Grafton 
economic development leaden 
have iet some lofty goats for 
new director Karen Sand of 
Ungdon, but is looking for- 
wirdio me challenge. Thedty 
bopes to add 20 jobs per year 
lo (he employment statistics 
and population growth. Her 
job is funded by the one-cent 
sales tax and the Grafton 
Otowth Fund. (Grafton Re- 
cord) 

Warrood library and 

Heritage Center to be 

dedicated 

Warroad — Final arrange- 
ments are under way for the 
dedication of the Warroad pub- 
lic library and Heritage center 
which be take place June 1 at 2 ■ 
p.m. Refreshments will be 
served by the Warroad Friends 
of the Library and the commu- 
nity band will perform. The 
most unusual exhibit will bo 
Tour pages from the Nuremberg 
Chronicles printed in 1493 
which are written in German 
with woodcuts. (Warroad Pio- 
neer) 

Ground breaking held (or 
Shooting Star Casino 

Mahnomen — Ground 
breaking ceremonies for the 
Shooting Star casino in Mah- 
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& large number of people 
attending. Casino director Jim 




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Foster says he hopes to have a 
largo pan of the casino opera- 
tional by late November, with a 
66-bed motel unit, a dinner the- 
atre and many other features. 
{Mahnomen Pioneer) 

Badger Enterprise 

newspaper under new 

ownership 

Badger — Final papers 
were signed on May 16 when 
the Badger Enterprise was sold 
to the Grecnbush Tribune, Inc. 
Karen Janousck, publisher of 
the Grcentmsh newspaper, will 
take over as publisher at the 
Dodger Enterprise on June 1. 
(Badger Enterprise) 

Erskhw water carnival 
scheduled 

Ersktae — The 45ih annual 
Erskine water carnival will bo 
held June 7-9 with events such 
as a I0K/2MUe Big Fish Race, 
Take & Kid Fishing Day, Chil- 
dren's Tractor Pull and a coed 
. volleyball tournament. There 
will also be music, water 
fights, races, sailing and a croft 
show and flea market. (Ersk- 
inoEcho) 



Outstanding drizens' 
banquet In RLF 

Red Lake Falls — The 

annual "Outstanding Citizens' 
banquet" will be held June 7 at 
the Red Lake Falls community 
halL Honored for this year are 
Bob Dodds, citizen of the year. 
Ruth Gackstetter and George 
Demsier, honorary teachers of 
the year, and Erwin and Lucille 
Weiss, farm couple of the year. 
The event is sponsored by the 
Civic and Commerce associa- 
tion In Red Lake Falls. 
(Gazette) 



Items needed for white 
elephant sale 

Grecnbush Tribune' — 

Donated items are requested 
from the community for an 
ongoing white elephant sale, 
which will begin on June 8 
during Sheep Days in Green- 
bush. The sale will bo open 
weekly at the former Snookys 
Hartz building. Contact Ruth 
Eeg or Carolyn Ecg for more 
uformatlon. (Grecnbush Tri- 
bune) 



Karlstad Baptist church 
dedicates new boflfeg. 

Karlstad — Tho Karlstad 
Baptist church Is planning a 
special time of celebration for 
June 8 and 9 to dedicate a new 
place of worship. Tho service 
will be June 9 at 2 p.m. with 
Dr. Bob Rickcr, president of 
the Baptist General Confer- 
ence, as guest speaker. (Nccth 
Star News) 

Crookslon high school to 
graduate 100th doss 

Croolcston — When the 
members of the Class of 1991 
at Crookston Central high 
school gather for the com- 
mencement exercises on May 
31, they will be the 100th class 
to graduate from Central. This 
year's class of 128 students is a 
little larger than the Tint one, 
with four students in 1891. 
Congratulations! (Crookslon 
Daily Times) 

Middle River to present 
"Merry Widow" 

' Middle River — The cast 
and crew are putting the final • 
touches on "The Merry Wid- 
ow," a light-hearted opereua 
that portrays a romance tryst at 
a seaside resort. The play will 
be presented June 5-9 at 7:30 
p.m. at the Yc Olde Depot the- 
atre with on additional matinee 
at Sunday. (New River Re- 
cord) 



Troskey serves 
in BSU position 

Paul Troskey of Middle River 
will be serving as one of 38 residen- 
tial assistants in Bcmidji State Uni- 
versity's on-compus living, the posi- 
tion was obtained through several 
meetings and interviews with resi- 
dential life. 

Troskey, a sophomore majoring 
in business administration, will 
serve as a residence hall assistant in 
Oak Hall on the BSU campus. 



Oak Ridge church 100th anniversary Assemblies of God 

church Bible camp 

Tickets for the June 30 noon din- will Start JUfie 3 
ncr will be sold only in advance nt 
$6 for adults and S3 for children 
age 11 and younger. Menu will 
include Swiss steak, mashed pota- 
toes, vegetable, salad, bread, 
dessert and beverage. 



Oak Ridge Lutheran church 
seven miles west and one mile 
north ofThief River Falls will cele- 
brate its 100th anniversary with 
special events Saturday and 
Sunday, June 29 and 30, at the 
church. 

An informal get-together will be 
held June 29 at 4 p.m. with a light 
supper to be served. A parish ser- 
vice will be held at 10 a.m. June 30 
with Rev, Sieve Hogbcrg represent- 
ing the synod as guest speaker. A 
closing service will be held at 2 
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cookbooks, plates and belts as well 
as dinner tickets may be purchased 
from any Oak Ridge Centennial 
committee member. For more 
information call 523-4995. 



Assemblies of God church in 
Thief River Falls is taking applica- 
tions for its Vacation Bible school. 
The camp will be held from June 3 
- 7 from 9 run. to noon. The camp 
is for students ages three to 12. 
Assemblies of God church is locat- 
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Falls.- For more information call 
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Summer seems to be well on iu 
way and thai means lighter eating 
on hot days. These recipes arc espe- 
cially good for summer meals. 

A frosty glass of this sensible- 
eating treat will serve as a snack or 
a dessert 

Pineapple Berry Fruit Frost 

1 medium fresh pineapple 

2 cups sliced strawberries 
1 cup nonfat milk 

1 tablespoon sugar 

1 teaspoon lime juice 

1/4 teaspoon grated lime peel 

TWiri crown from pineapple. Cut 
pineapple lengthwise into quarters. 
Remove fruit from shell. Trim ofT 
core; cut fruit into chunks. Place 
pineapple chunks in plastic bag and 
Freeze overnight. 

Break frozen pineapple apart. 

Place one -half of tnc strawber- 
ries, milk, sugar, lime juice and lime 
pee) in blender. Add one-half of the 
pineapple, a few chunks at a time, to 
the blender- mixture, shirring until 
pureed and frosty. 

Spoon into dessert dishes or 
glosses. 

Repeat with other half of fruit. 
Freeze leftovers for later, and par- 
tially thaw to serve. 

Recipe serves four with 133 calo- 
ries, 3.1 g. protein, 1 g. Tau 30.5 g. 
carbohydrate, 33.5 mg. sodium, and 
1.1 mg. cholesterol per serving. 

1Yy these on your grill for a light, 
quick meal with eye-appeal: 
Hot and Sweet Pepper 
Beef Kabobs 
1 1/2 pounds boneless tender beef, 

1 -inch thick 
1 large red bell pepper 
1 large green bell pepper 



1 teaspoon onion powder 
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 
1/2 teaspoon chili powder 

1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon hot pepper sauce 

(tabasco) 
10- inch mrtal skewers 

Cut beef into 1-inch cubes and 
cut each pepper into 16 pieces. 
Place in targe bowL 

Combine teriyaki sauce, onion 
powder, ginger, chili powder and 
hot pepper sauce. 

Pour 1/3 of the above mixture 
over beef and pepper pieces and toss 
to coat. 

Thread beef and peppers alter- 
nately on skewers, leaving space 
between pieces. 

Place skewers on grill 5 inches 
Trom hot coals. Cook about 4 min- 
utes on each side (rare), or to 
desired doneness, brushing occa- 
sionally with teriyaki sauce mixture. 

This cool salad would be nice 
with the teriyaki kabobs: 

Tropical Waldorf Salad 

2 firm, large bananas, peeled and 

sliced 
2 large, tan apples, cored and sliced 

1 cup diced celery 
1/2 cup chopped dates 
1/2 cup chopped walnuts 
1/2 cup mayonnaise 

2 tablespoons dairy sour cream 
1/8 teaspoon ground ginger 

1 teaspoon lemon juice 

1/4 cup flaked coconut (optional) 

Combine bananas, apples, celery, 
dotes and walnuts in salad bowl. 
Blend together mayonnaise, sour 
cream, lemon juice and ginger. Pour 
over fruits and toss. Serve on crisp 




Friday, May 31, 1991 



Third Art in the 
Park June 8-9 
at Rocky Point 



Russ Shoohan, Troy Cable and Boyd Main 
picked up the diploma that was to be awarded 
lo John Carl Goarey of Bralnerd who was killed 
(n an auto accident May 25. A moment of 



salad greens and sprinkle 
coconut, if desired. 

Recipe serves sU, with 318 calo- 
ries, 3.4 g. protein. 21.9 g. fat, 29.9 
g. carbohydrate, 126.6 mg. sodium, 
12.6 mg. cholesterol per serving. 

A fresh fruit sherbet would top 
off a light meal just perfectly: 
Fruity Orange Sherbet 
2 1/2 cups milk 



th grated peel of 1 orange 

T 1/2 cups freshly squeezed orange 

juice 
1 cup mashed papaya, bananas, 

kiwis or strawberries 
1 cup sugar (add a little more if 

kiwis or strawberries arc used) 

In bowl combine all ingredients, 
stirring until sugar dissolves. Pour 
into two shallow refrigerator pans. 
Freeze until mixture is firm around 



Third annual Art In the Park 
festival will be presented at 
Arnescn's Rocky Point on Lake of 
the Woods Saturday and Sunday, 
June 8 ond 9, from 10 a.m. to 4 
p.m. each day. 

Many local ond regional artists 
and crofters will display and sell 
their creations, including wood- 
working, crocheting, roscmaling, 
needlepoint, oil painting, handmade 
jewelry, fabric crafts, handmade 
fishing tackle and other itehis. 

Free balloons and face painting 
will be offered for children, a con- 
cession stand will be in operation 
and on Saturday the Ml. Carmel 
Church Women will conduct their 
annual Art in the Park bake sale. 

There is no admission charge 
and everyone is welcome to attend, 
silence was held for their classmate who was 

to graduate Thursday night from the aviation ---*, , m _._,_,__, 
program at tho Thiol River Falls Technical Col- MoU dGQreeS 
looe. Graduation was held at tho Sporta Arena. _ j* 

awarded to 

edges (1 1/2 hours). Spoon into 
bowl and beat until smooth. Return 
to freezer to freeze firm. 

(Ypu can also "« *is recipe in studcnIS rccclvC(J 

your » f^/Sta^ miE <**»« « Moorhcad Slate Universi- 
manufacturers directions to make »J uri - [s flnnual spring com . 

"Si dessert dishes ororange moment Friday. May 24. In 
shells. Garnish with fresh fruit or N «^}»g ir Fal i s _ Troy Arrn . 
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Northwest Experiment station at 
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cow in value of product during the 
month of April in the Red Lake 
county Dairy Herd Improvement 
association. The cow produced 
26,479 pounds or milk, 903 pounds 
of bunenal and 830 pounds of pro- 
tein in 305-day test. 

Second place cow was from the - ■ - - - , ... _-_ 

Gerald Visscr herd and produced and Warren Malwitz, 24324, 853 
««)5ooundsofmilk 895 Bounds nnd 7 ": Wnwrzynmk Dairy, 
^.i^n,. «7 ™,nH. Ml: 24.988, 843 and 738: Northwest Ag 
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798; Wayne Nelson, 22,835, 881 



pounds of milk, 998 pounds of but- 
terfat and 807 pounds of protein. 

Other cows in the top 10 came 
from the following herds with the 
pounds Of milk, buttcrfat and pro- 
tein for each cow listed respective- 
ly: 

John and Warren Malwitz, 
24,495. 951 and 763; Johnston 
Farms. 24,793, 876 and 790; John 



mentstau'on, 23,764, 781 and7i 
Other than the top 10 cows, 1 1 



strong, (BA) criminal justice: Lori 
Eichcnberger, (BA) biology; Jeffrey 
Michalicek, (BA) criminal justice; 
Lori Bentow, (BS) social studies; 
Jacqueline Engcl, (BS) office 
administration; Lorcn Hoagcnson, 
(BS) social studies; James Hayes, 
(BS) elementary education; Jarrod 
Kalsnes, (BS) business ndministra- 



of buttcrfat and 831 pounds of pro- 
tein. Third place cow from the 
Roger Odegoard herd had 21,913 



other cows qualified for listing in tion; Martin Mocglein, (BS) chem- 

April by producing a minimum of j s[r y; Sholla Ottcsen, (BS) mass 

22,000 pounds of milk, 750 pounds communications; Lisa Scmanko, 

of buttcrfat or 700 pounds of pro- (us) English; Michael Sparby. (BS) 

tein. They came from Safrunski mflS3 communications; Elaine 

Dairy (2), Wawrzynink Dairy. Anderson, (BSN) nursing; Mary 

Johnston Forms, Beyer Farms, Tom Cullcn, (BSW) social work, 

and Diane Kolstoe, Don and Karen Goodridgc— Jon Peterson. (BS) 

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Hard-throwing Detroit Lakes 
right-hander Mike Gunderson struck 
out 17 Thief River Falls batters 
Tuesday as the Lakers edged the 
Prowlers 3-1 in an eight-inning first 
round North Sub-Region 8AA high 
school baseball tournament game at 
Irv Wilson Field. 

The results moved No. 5-seeded 
Detroit Lakes into the Wednesday 
semifinals against No. (•seeded 
Bemidji, while ending the 1991 sea- 
son for No. 4-secded Thief River 
Falls at 9-8. 

It was an absolute perfect day 
weather-wise for a baseball game, 
and a large crowd the circled the 
Thief River Falls diamond was 
Heated to an outstanding show, par- 
ticularly by Gunderson, a University 
of New Mexico-bound senior, who 
walked just one and gave up only 
four hits while racking up the strike- 
oats in the extra-inning affair. 

Gunderson was really humming 



late in the game when he struck out 
six consecutive batters in the sixth 
and seventh innings. 

But Gunderson wasn't the only 
mound standout Tuesday. Sharing 
the spotlight was Thief River Falls' 
Mitch Bernstein, who also had a 
double-figure strike-out perfor- 
mance. The junior from Grygla 
who is playing for the Prowlers in a 
Minnesota State HJgh School 
League cooperative program, used a 
nifty breaking ball and great loca- 
tion as he struck out 11 and did not 
walk a single batter. 

Detroit Lakes did pick up nine 
base hits off Bernstein, but had only 
live of those through the regulation 
seven innings before they bunched 
four singles together in a game-win- 
ning two-run eighth. 

"It was a great baseball game." 
offered Thief River Falls coach 
Trocey Wcnsloff after the final out 
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"With two pitchers throwing like 
that, it was unfortunate that some- 
body has to lose." 

After giving up on unearned run 
in the bottom of the first inning, 
Gunderson threw seven shutout 
innings. The lone Thief River Falls 
run came quickly as Bernstein, the 
Prowlers' lead-off batter, reached- 
bose on an error, moved to third on 
a one-out double to right by Corey 
Poole and scored when Gunderson 
bounced a wild pitch off catcher Pat 
Sims that caromed over the back- 
stop. ■ 

Poole wound up at third on the 
wild pilch, but Gunderson set the 
tone tor the day by striking' out thq 
side to end mc threat. ' .• 

A one-out single by Kyle' 
Evcnson in the second inning, on 
error on a throw by Gunderson try- 
ing for a force-out at second base 
and a wild pitch put two more Thief 
River Falls runners in scoring posi- 
tion. But a strike-out and ground- 
out kept the Prowlers from adding 
(o their 1-0 edge. 

Only other real Thief River Falls 



scoring opportunity came in the 
fifth inning when Bernstein pro- 
duced a one-out single to left and 
gamed second on a wild pitch. But 
a strike-out and a fly-out kept him 
there. 

"In a close game like that, you ve 
got to be ready to take advantage of 
every opportunity you get, and you 
can't afford to make any mistakes," 
pointed out Wcnsloff. "But we let a 
couple of opportunities slip away, 
and then we made a couple of mis- 
takes that hurt us." 

Bernstein showed his competi- 
tiveness on the mound in the lop of 
the first inning after wade 
Whitwonh opened the game with a 
triple past n diving Tyson Treat In 
right field. Bernstein answered the 
challenge with ji pair of strike-outs 
and an inning-ending bouncer back 
to the mound. 

■ Detroit Lakes tied it 1-1 In the 
third when Whitworth bounced a 
onc-out double over the third base 
bag, Sims lined an infield hit off 
Bernstein's glove and Gunderson 
(Continued on Page 13) y ' 



Wiltse to heq H girls proarprtv Hunt" resfons... 

Changes continue 
in basketball staff 

Changes continue to be mode in the Thief River Falls 
high school basketball coaching ranks, where the Prowlers 
will have a new head coach for the boys and girls when 
the 1991-92 season rolls around. 

It was announced earlier this spring that Tom Scnaler 
was resigning as head coach of the girls program he 
directed for the past 1 1 yean. Wednesday, School District 
564 Activities Director Lee Alger reported that Sally 
Wiltse will be recommended to succeed Schofer. Wiltse 
has been serving as the Prowlers' girls freshman coach. 

Tuesday, Tom Hunt submitted his resignation as the 
Prowlers' boys head basketball coach, a position he has 
held since the 1981-82 season. . 

"I've been at it as a head coach for 10 years, pointed 
out Hunt, "and I just wanted to free up some time 
demands on myself and my family. "I've contemplated it 
(resigning) for a while now, and- 1 have a good feeling 
about my decision. But it's a tough decision. It wasnt 
easy. When you put that much time and effort into it for 
so many years it's tough to just close the door and walk 
away." . , . . . 

Earlier, Al Buhl, Hunt's top assistant during his entire 
head coaching stint, had announced his plans to resign 
from his coaching position. 

Hunt has been involved in coaching for the past 17 
years, and he will remain active in athletics as a seventh 
grade football coach. "It's been a very positive experi- 
ence," is the way Hunt described his head coaching career 
with the Prowlers. The Prowlers struggled through a 4-15 
season the year before Hunt moved up from the assistant 
ranks to head a program that progressed to the point where 
Thief River Falls won a North Sub-Region 8AA tide in 
1987-88 before lositnja 57-47 Region 8AA championship 
decision to eventual unbeaten Class AA state champion 
Rocori. "We've got to the position where we were com- 
petitive year in and year out," he pointed out 

Thief River Falls boys finished 13-11 this year; the girls 
were 16-8. 



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his 17 strike-out performance In the Lakers' 3-1 eight-inning 
North Sub-Region 8AA nigh school baseball tournament win 
over host Thlat River Falls Tuesday. 



Women's Softball 



RrangoBcal Woe Church 4. Rusty Nail 3: 
Butch 13. St. Kllalra Boors 3; American 
Logkm 7, Arnoco 24 4. (730 run.) sune-a 
McoDo Radio 10, Carauoal Auto Pans 10; 
Popil S. Molvle Trucking 8; Evangelical 
Froo Church 11. Northwost Eye CDnlo 3; 
PUza Hut 3. Rusty Nail 2; Amoriean Legion 
B, 8L WlsJro Boon 3; Amoco 24 7, Buscn 0. 
Schedule 
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Applanoo vs. Knights ot Columbus, Bold 1; 
Oslo Corwx vs. Hogto Trucking, Hold 2; 
Best Wosiam Inn vs. Nieho 00, Field 3: 
Lentom vs. Nonnwest Medcol Center, Field 
4. (7jM p.mj Knlohls ol Columbus vs. 
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Amoco 24, Flold 1 : Buseh vs. Evangelical 
Free Church. Flold 2; Popol vs. American 
Legion, Flold 3; SL Hilalra Boom vs. SUntfi 
Mobile Rado, Flold 4; MoMo Trucking vs. 
Rusty Nail, Field S; Plua Hut vs. Cnrquosl 
Auto Pom, Flold s. 

Babe Ruth baseball 
coaches are named 
for the 1991 season 

An expanding Thief River Falls 
youth baseball program will feature 
six Babe Ruth teams ini99I- three 
squads of 13-year-olds and three 
groups of 14-15-year-oIds. 
i Chris Nelson, Hunter Bold! and 
Corey. Poole will each coach a 13- 
year-old team, while Myron 
Peterson, Chris Mills and Sieve 
Henke each conch a 14-15-year-oId 
club. 

I Practice/uy-outs Tor the 13-year- 
olds will be held Saturday, Juno 1, 
it 1 pjn. and Monday, June 3, at 9 
run. Practice/try-outs for tho 14-15- 
year-olds will be held Monday, Juno 
3,atlpjn. 

I All pmctice/try-outs will be held 
ot Irv Wilson Field. 
\ Ploycrs must have their registra- 
tion fees paid before they con join 
the practice sessions. Laic fees 
must be paid to one of the team rep- 
resentatives — Margo Johnson, 13- 
year-olds (681-4234); Bill Fogarty, 
t4-year-oIds (681-2293); and Vem 
Treat, 15-year-olds (681-5440). 

Reivers open second 
baseball season with 
game at Detroit Lakes 

Second season for the Middle 
River Reivers amateur baseball 
team is scheduled to start Sunday 
wilh a 2 p.m. nine-inning game at 
Detroit Lakes - n change in the 
original schedulo that had the 
Reivers hosting Wanroad in a dou- 
blehcader that afternoon. 

Middle River finished 9-7 a year 
ago. The 20 restored players are 
primarily from Middle River and 
ThicMtiver Falls, according to 
Reivers player/coach Dan Cwiklo. 

Warroad, Karlstad and Middle 
River form the Northwest Border 
League. Post-season play includes 
district, region and state competi- 



Summer basketball 
league program will 
be hosted by Oklee 

Oklee will host a Thursday night 
summer basketball league for ages 
lS-ovcr beginning Juno 6 or June 
13. 

International rules will be used. 
-Reglstrrdon fee Is $80 per team.— — 

For additional information- con- 
tact Richard Hcndrickson at 563- 
4156. 



VFW shut out the Swingers 17-0 
and edged the Mush-A-Rets 4-3 
Wednesday for a Thief River Falls 
Women's Slow Pitch Softball 
League doubleheader sweep. 

Dorcnc Larson hit two home 
runs, Angie Sinn and Julie Stennes 
both homered once and Michelle 
Fletcher was 4-for-4 in the VFW 
five-inning romp over the Swingers. 
Fletcher added a 3-for-3 game and 
Sinn tripled in the one-run decision 
over the Mush-A-Rets. 

Legion/Sather Law and Best 
Western Inn were also doubleheader 
winners, with Lcgion/Sathcr Law 
beating the Best Western Inn 
Ridgenmners 6-5 and Middle River 
M&M 22-2, while Best Western Inn 
stopped Handy Farms 21-9 and 

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Nancy Zimplc doubled and Diane 
Anderson tripled in the bottom of 
the eighth inning as Lcgion/Sathcr 
Law came up with the one-run win 
over the Best Western Inn 
Ridgenmners. Anderson drove in 
Zimplc with the game-tying run, 
then scared the winner herself 
moments later while Tammy 
Sparby was being tagged out after 
over-running second base. 
Anderson homered and doubled, 
with Kelly Stomaug and Julie Olson 
also hitting doubles in the one-sided 
Legion/Sathcr Law victory over 
Middle River M&M. 

Rhonda Timm and Linda Olson 



were both 3-for-4 as Rainbow 
Nursery defeated the Swingers 12-2. 
Middle River M&M got by Pizza 
Hur 15-9 as Sara Mclby went 5-for- 
5 and drove in three runs. 



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anglers can help prcscrvcXthe 
resource by learning the regulations., 
and by turning in poachers who ' 
don't obey them. • 

With the opening of the large- 
mouth and smaUmoulh bass season 
June 1, conservation officers will be 
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observed during the walleye opener 
May 11. Although the majority of 
anglers know ana obey regulations, 
conservation officers observed the 
gamut of violations by a minority of 
anglers during the walleye opener - 
everything from taking boss, out of 
season to boating while intoxicated. 

When the walleye were hitting on 
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weekend, conservation officers 
reported 10 arrests for over-limits, 
and seized 110 walleye, Hascman 
said. 

"I'm concerned about the impact 
an the fisheries as a result of this 
'got to keep them all' mentality," 
Hascman said. "The honest anglers 
are cheated by this type of attitude" 

Hasemon said people should read 
the fishing regulations (available 
where licenses are sold) and famil- 
iarize themselves with fish trans- 
portation regulations. He said 
anglers should: 

• Always transport fish packed so 
that they may be readily counted 
and Identified. 

Tillei fish with otic-inch square 
patch of skin (wilh scales) remain- 
ing, except for bullheads, sunfish 
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• Remember that dally and pos- 
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doubled to left field for the run. But 
with one out and runners at second 
and third, Bernstein got out of fur- 
ther trouble wilh two short fly balls 
to left field. 

Bernstein then put together four 
straight hitless innings before the 
Lakers reached him for those four 
eighth inning hits. Whitwonh start- 
cu it with n single up the middle and 
Sims fallowed with a base hit to 
left-center. Detroit Lakes coach 
Bob Hooper was ready to hold 
Whitwonh at third on the play, but 
the ball was bobbled in the outfield, 
allowing the tie-breaking run to 
cross the plate, and putting Sims at 
second. Cory Vogt produced an 
insurance run with an RBI single to 
center as Sims barely beat a strong 
throw to the plate by Mike 
Swonson. Jason Soyring added the 
fourth single of the inning, but a 
double play ended the frame. 

Pineh-hitting Jamie Harder drew 
a onc-out walk to give Thief River 
Falls a half a chance to come bock 
in the bottom of the seventh. But . 
pinch-running Marc Haugcn was 
caught stealing and Gunderson 
ended it with his 17th strike-ouL 

Whitworth was 3-for-4, while 
Sims and Soyring were both 2-for-4 
as the game's only multiple-hit bat- 
ter.. 

Detroit Lakes took a 7-11 record 
into the North Sub-Region 8AA 
semifinals in Bemidji. The Lakers 
lost a 6-3 regular season decision to 
the Prowlers back on April 18. 

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Many people tpend their whole lives suffering from the sympionu of 
allergies. Do you? Some of tho lymptomt could be nual congntiun. 
sneezing, ihonncxi or breath, wheezing, cticii tightnoi, iichy ret! eyes, 
■kin riihei, hivet, stomach crampi, vomiting, diarrhea, fatigue. 
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Yean ago you would have had to go through your whole life with 
thcio symplomi. Today you do noc The LcHluic Clinic provide! the 
safest and moil up to date testing and treiutient program available. 
Including: 

-Intradermal skin teiting-Rast testing of the blood-Id cntificati on and 
treatment of inhalant. Food and chemical allergies-Sublingua! drop 
therapy (if indicated) 

Tho testing and treatment offered by the LcBIanc Clinic has been 
approved by tho American Academy of Oiolaryngic Allergy and ihc 
American Modical Association. 

The LcBIanc Clinic offers a complete allergy evaluation in order to 
provide the motl beneficial treatment. A limited devaluation based on 
your personal history and symptoms is also available. 

The well trained professional staff at the LcBIanc Clinic know » hat 
you are going through, and they know how to make you feci belter. 

Why sulTcr when you don't have to? Call the LcBIanc Clinic f»r 
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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, May 31, 1991 



Shopper becomes newspaper 

Northern Watch replaces Northern Minnesota Shopper 



bvU-tidliill 
Tiro**. "Avvxule Etlilor 

It hii come 10 our attention that 
scene o( our rcjJcn outside of the 
Times area arc a little confined 
about ho* the Northern Watch 
came about and *rui happened to 
their Ntirth— rt Minnesota Shopper's 
Guide. Thai's understandable 
because many of our efforts to edu- 
cate reader* have been directed at 
readers in The Times circulation 
area, not the Shopper. 

The following is a brief summa- 
ry of what happened to your North- 
cm Minnesota Shopper's Guide: 

It came to our attention in early 
February thai mailing costs were 
going 10 increase substantially. 
Normally, wc might pass that kind 
of increase on 10 readers, advertis- 
ers or attempt to swallow the cost. 
Frankly, a 24 per cent increase was 
too much to swallow and too much 
to pass on. 

in addition to an increase in 
mailing costs, The Times was faced 
with a Monday paper and Shopper 
that was gelling smaller. Upon 
inspection, it seemed logical to 
combine the iwo products, which 
would eliminate one mailing. 

There were many other advan- 

Xto combining the products — 
mages that aflcci labor, lime 
and wear and tear on equipment. It 
also would be easier for advertisers 
to support two products rather than 
' three. When the advantages and 
disadvantages were weighed, the 
decision to go to the two products 
was made. 

If wc were to combine the two 
products wc knew we would have 
to have a new name for the new 
product, Wc couldn't call it Ihc 
Thief River Falls Times because the 
product would have a much wider 
circulation area than The Times. 
We couldn't call it the Northern 
Minnesota Shopper's Guide, 
because it would be more than a 



and would have a total market cir- 
culation of about 22.500. 

A "Name ihe Publication" con- 
test was held in April. Advertise- 
ments were placed in bolh The 
Times and Shopper's Guide. As 
reported in ihe lint edition of Ihe 
Northern Watch, there were over 70 
entries and the name wc chose was 
the "Northern Watch." 



Quick Summary: 

□ A postal rale increase in 
February encouraged the 
management of The Times 
to combine the Northern 
Minnesota Shopper's Guide 
and ihe Monday edition of 
The Times. 

□ The combination product 
was named the Northern 
Watch, 

□ You will no longer 
receive ihe Northern Min- 
nesota Shopper's Guide. 
You will receive the North- 
ern Watch instead. It has the 
same total market circula- 
tion of the Shopper (22 J00), 
and has some news content 
as well. 

Q Deadlines for ihc North- 
cm Watch: 5 p.m. on Thurs- 
day for news; 3 p.m. on 
Wednesday for classifieds; 5 
p.m. Wednesday for display 
ads. 

□ Ads can be placed at The 
Times office at 324 Main 
Ave. North in Thief" River 
Falls; or by calling 681- 
4450. 



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CONDITIONING 

$1*795 

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ForLmtka. flee/ie-ow Sywtwn 




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NORTHERN MOTORS, INC. 

HWY. 1 & 69 W. THIEF RIVER FALLS/MN 681-4820 



KLEVEN 

(y>) ) Boat Tops 
\^^/ Sail Repair 
Marine Canvas Supply 

Roosevelt, MN 56673 
442-5332 



alternatives and many different 
styles. The Northern Watch is a 
combination of everything wc 
thought would work. 

Simply slntcd, you will no 
longer receive the Northern Min- 
nesota Shopper's Guide. You will 
receive ihe Northern Watch instead. 
We hope you like the product and 
will listen to your comments. 

Deadlines. First of all, you can 
place an advertisement in the 
Northern Watch by contacting The 
Times office at 324 Main Ave. 
North in Thief River Falls, or by 
telephone, 681-4450. The deadline 
for news is 5 p.m. Thursday. The 
deadline for classified ads is 3 p.m. 
on Wednesday. The deadline for. 
display ads is 3 p.m. on Wednesday. 

Concordia dean's 
list has several 
area students 

Area students named to second 
semester dean's honor list at Con- 




Jelle In choir 
tour to Japan 

Michelle Jelle of Gryglo. will par : 
licipato in the Bcmidjt State Univer- 
sity concert choir's upcoming tour 
of Spain. The 44 member group; 
under Ihe direction of Dr. Paul 
Brandvik, will begin Its three weelc 
tour July 8. The tour will culminate 
with the choir's participation in the 
Europa Caniat in Spain.' : 

Jelle is a senior English major, 
and will perform in the choir's alio 
section. 



snd amide ■ raeort tor Ihe knur 
Spring Wheal 



Fesd Barley Nsw Crop™ 

TopUSnaOiS. 

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Dimich, daughter of Thomas and sMh flra cl science instructor Alan Krause at Franklin middle 

Judy Dimich; Paul Spyhalski .sot ioT sctiQQ] i n -nun- Rlver Ffl || 5 has been solectod to attend a live- 

Richard and Linda Spyhalski: dfly wor |( a hop ontlllod "Getting Physical In tho Middle of Soyb-a-NewCwp — 

Reb^Bomem.ciughierofPaul g^^. Juno 23-28 In Rochosior. Ha Is one ot 28 Minnesota ££&'_,,,_ . 

-"losineBortnem^of Lubbock. Mlenct 1^^ Mterted |„ thfl progrim. Krause Is pictured ^S^gg^^— 

with "Lady Dl," one ot tour boa constrictors ho has In his c«iJ«e»on»y8unB?«m»N«wCrop„ 

science room at Franklin. Cmota — 



TX, fohnerly of Thief River Falls; 
and Andrea Kragness daughter of 
David and Janice Kragness of War- 
road, formerly of Newfolden. 



Carets No* Crop 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Mobile Homes 



The shopper-newspaper, which 

ut« U3t n -«»«. « we call a newspaper, is not a step 

shopper's guide. It would include into untested waters. Other news- 
news from Pennington county and papers and shoppers have gone to a 
several other surrounding counties similar product. We studied the 



FOR SALE- 14x70 moWo homo. 14x20 
addition, many improvomonts, now wood 
■tovo. •mall dock, call 604-6962 
evenings. S4t50c 



218-435-6355. NM3tSp 



FOR SALE In Florida- 1061 Marlotto 
moblo homo. 10x40 plus room add-on 
11x20, extra root ovor al, oioctric hoot, 
tool (hod and cltrui Mo. Completely 
furnish ad, Immodlato potioislon. 
S5.600.00. Edward Kraomor, 660 Park 
Clrdo. Bradonon, FL 34207-2164. 813- 
758-8331. F2I460 

FOR SALE- 1S74 Marchflold 14x70 
rrtobUo homo, oxcotlont conddon, op- 
pEancos Inducted, priced to so". 661? 
1110 dayi. 661-7245 evenings. NMItfc, 
FOR SALE- 1075 Artcrall CotallnoV 
14'x70\ 2-bodrooms, 1-1/2 bnths, 
refrigerator, stovo. moko offer, 661-6740. 
1M4p 

FOR SALE- 12x68 Rollohomo. 3- 
bodrcomi, 12x20 fanuTy room addition, 
"replace, oioctric hoot, air condrflonor, all 
appliances, Immaaiato condition, phono 
216-764-4241 ovonlnqi. F3M6p 

FOR SALE OR RENT- Double wido 
trallor. 1871 modol. Rivorvfow Troiior 
Court. 681-6266. 2t44p 



Household Goods 

FOR SALE- Couch and rocfinor. $100.00 
for both, can after 5:00 p.m., 661-7537. 
F2t44p _ 

OA3 REFRIGERATORS, solar oioctric 

systems, photovoltaic modules, Invorton, 
battorlos. Incredible prices. 64 page 
catalog $3.00. 'SOLAR ELECTRIC IN- 
DEPENDENT HOME BOOK* $16.05 
[IncJudos shipping and catalog). Fowler 
Solar Eloclrlc. Inc. P.O. Box 435, 
Worthlngton, MA 01006. 413-236-5074. 
NMIOffip 

FOR SALE- Konmoro portablo dryor, 
now. utod 2-months, asking $175.00; 
phono after 430, B74-6711. NM2t5p 
WANT TO BUY- Utod bunk bod*, call 
alter 4X10 p.m.. 476-3325 or 437-6364. 
NMSSp 

ONE PAIR drnpoa. color whoat, 
138*x76*, mulshing valance; ono shoor. 
138*x72\ vary pood condition, tmvono 
rod* to go, but extra. Col ovonlngs, 437- 
8373, Edgar LnBino. NM2t5p 

FOR SALE- Walnut Ouoon Anno tablo 
and (our chain, 54* round. For inter-no- 
Hon call 601-6212. 20tfo 

30 HIGH affldont wood itovat, fumoeo 
and firaplocos d splayed. Highosl quality 
OUTSIDE FURNACES, and wood-oil. 
LOWEST PRICES. Lot us holp you. 17' 
yeari In tho wood-hoal buiinos*. 100% 
financing. MiKo't Hoatng. Mahnomon, 
MN. 1-600-446-4043. NM7-230C 



Household Goods 

FOR SALE- Four postor hlng-slio 
watorbod with cono headboard In walnut 
finish. Now bog nnd hoator. Alio two 
nkjhtstand taUos. two-tlor stylo in walnut 
finish. An in oxeollont conditton. Can 064- 

5573 alter 6 p.m. 2144 p 

FOR SALE- 0-1/2 gal. Wast Band 
humidifier, vary good condition, $50.00, 
call 216-465-4432 ottor 5 p.m. NM2t5p 



FOR SALE- Purobrod Shlh-Txu pupplos, 
3 lomalos. black and whito, registered 
AKC, small dogs, $125.00 oach, col 425- 
7560. NM4t6c ' 



soll-cloanlng i . — . 

SJdo Whirlpool rolrigorator/froo-or with 
to makor. $250.00. harvost gold, both 
lor $500.00; 681-2603. 1144p 

FOR SALE- 4 ploco bodroom sat, oxeol- 
lont condition; old trunk, chott oldrawors, 
library tablo, 20-gallon Rod Wing crock, 
stoln-glats window, call 681-7083 
ovonlngs. 1l44p 



READY JUNE 15, 7 AKC Labi, ehoco- 
latos and blacks, shots and dow daws 
romovod. 253-2471. 8S1p 

FOR SALE- Golden rotrlovor pupplos, 
AKC rogistorod, call 218-437-6346. 
NM3t5p 

AKC ROTTWEILER pups. 681-6370. 



TO GIVE AWAY- 2-yoar old rogistorod 

Troowalkar Coanhound. noods a good 
country homo. 284-6460. 4145o 

PEKE-A-POOPUP8, 681-6370. F42C0 

WANTED- Malo AKC Cockor SpanW to 
uto for stud tarvfeos. Profor buff color. 
Can 661-3595. 1U4p 



fomalo dog. Sho's indoor-outdoor, bokjo 
and whlat color and noodt to bo in a 
household with no arhor dogs^and no 
cats. Sho fs « good companion If tho has 
no compoijdon and can bo bablad. Al hor 
shots aro up to dato, Inducing rablos. 
Phono 5234711. 1t44l 

TO GIVE AWAY- Bordar Colllo/Bluo 
Hoolor pupplos, not afraid of catdo. Ex- 
collont with kid*, cuto. call 465-4512 
ovonlrKjs. 1t44p 

TO GIVE AWAY- Toy 




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The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds | 



Miscellaneous 



Miscellaneous 



FOR SALE- Rock**! 1-tip. 7-1/4' dr- 
txiM s*w, Black and Oockar Jig saw, 2 
D«w baon»m light lUturos, 10 square 
pliutlo baftroom liQht covor, baby cMck 
watereri, 28* pro-hung door, child 
erutchos, Panasonic vacuum doanor al- 
tachmants and II U-rypo bags, solar 
ihowar, Ico tkatas slia 4, loathor 
rnotocross panls 26* wbIii, call 681- 
SX8. 1M4p 

SPECIAL PURCHASE- Now Simplicity 5- 
h.p, sotl-propellod with boggor, Regular 
|4M.oarSalo $34000. Also 4-h,p. toll- 
□ropoilod wlrn baggor and oloctrlo suit, 
Rogular SSSO.OOSaki $300.00. LJmlMd 
supply U RV Sports. Hwy. 1 & GO Wast, 
TRF. 081.1007. 1(4*0 




HOLTAN 
IRON 

THZFIUVtRFAUa 

IS BUYING IRONI 

Uuttd On Hwy. 59 North 
Behind PHe»WoHd 

NOWPAY1NG 

CUT IRON , 60to« 

COUNTRY MIX-.-MOtoh 
CABS8TIN..„... *20toii 

cwi*>woi<w«..|sj 



Truck Weighing Service 
Availabla On Site. 



681-1210 

PICKUP SERVICE AVAILABLE 



Comfortmaker 
Air Conditioning 
is the Answer 

■ A Comfortmaker 
central air condition- . 
Ing system can be 
matched exactly to 
your home. 

• High efficiency 
design saves energy 
-cuts cooling bills 
-all summer long. 

• Built-in Com- 
fortmaker quality 
assures long years 
of dependable 
operation. 

Rain Care Co. 

John P. Lovlv 

Hastlng/Atr Conditioning 

Goodrldge, MN 

378-4641 

Cowfotfiiioicipy 

Caff for FREE Estimate 



WILL TAKE bikos. sbds. ATVs, guns. 
otc, on now and usod golf carts. DAS. 
701-454-3313. F4UBp 

CLEAH WITHOUT STEAM 

Tho *Von Schrador Way* - dry loam ok- 
b-octton krvolvos so Brskt molsturv that it Is 
absolutory safoloralllabncs.lt Is 



FOR SALE* Gwogo In Northwottom 
Traitor Court, singlo car, aluminum door, 
Lot «S5, 681-C460 ovonlngs. F3U6p ' 

WIKDSWELD REPAJR -■Storm chips, 
small brooks, appro*. 10*4 roplacomont 
cost Moit Iniuranco companloswoivo 
doductiblo. For Iroo ostfmatos call 681* 
4233, Anderson Wlndshlold Ropalr. 
■ NM2-fltfo 



Rummage Sales 

YARD SALE- 220 North Crockor. 
backyard, Wad. and Thurs.. Juno 6-8. 
to 0, barstools slorago cupboard, 
woman's skatos Iha nsw, lamps, fawolry. 
books, olsnas. lots or misc. lM4p 
OARAQE SALE- Wsdnasday, Juno 6«i 
al 322 and 324 Norm Tlndolph from 6-8. 
Clothot, swaaton, golf cart, tires and 
mlsoolanaous. 1H4p 

RUUUAQE8ALE- Wod. Juno S. 8430, 
mlso. ctothlng, books, leys, foldng crib, 

misc. items. Ono mito south ot Hugo's on 
airport road, 1t44p 

WARTY OARAQE Saw- Wodrmday. 
Juno 6th, 8 am.- 8 pm., Intanr* arid 
chlldron's doWng up to slzo 4, woman's 
dothing. hlghchalr. wahar and car soot, 
children's toys, 36* bi-told door In good 
condbon, locatod at Rivarbond Trail. 2-1/ 
2 mJk» south on airport, turn right on 

Eravol, Blh houso on tho loll Roods wil 
omarkod. 2l45p 

OARAQE SALE- Chlaren's and adults 
dothing. toys, watorbod, and misc. Ono 
mH« north ol Homo Lumbor, 8tXM:00, 
Sabirday, Juno 1st 1l44p 
GROUP RUUUAOESALE- Wodnosdoy 
and Thursday, Juno Stti and 6th, dishos, 
bird cogo, shag carpal, household, doth- 
ing ol al sizos, 010 North Duluth Aw. 



Help Wanted 



TEMPORARY POSITION: Materials 

computer openuor, oporetlng knowtodge 
of computer reoylrod. Contact: Human 
Rosources DepL, Ntxthwasl Modical 
Center, Thief River Falls. MN 68701, 
EOE, 218481-4240 Ext 408. 2145c 



» NEED EXTHA CASH » 

Earn sits income whle htiylng ytut aw 
prions! aitt hnm.holi) oroduai from 



one outlet. Come to an informstlonsJ 
meeting on June CSi. at f35 Countryiids 
TrsilerCourl.TRF.BMPJJ. 681-2410 



Public Notices 

THAHK YOU NOTE 
' wish to express my sincere -hanks to Dr. 
Podia and Dr. Browning end al nurses 
kx "flair care and kindness whle I was In 
Bm hospital. Thanks to all my relattvos 
and Mends who vlsrtod mo and sent 

Palmer Paulson 
1t44p 



Sporting Goods 

FOR SALE- 7-1/2 horso Moreury. 1074, 
1400.00, 681-6504 aftor S pm„ indudos 

tank.NM21Sp 

AUTHORIZED PARTS and sorvioe for >a 

popular lawn and gardon small oflQlnes. 
RV Sports. Hwy. 1 W.. Thiol Rivof Fsus, 
881-1007. 1t44c 



Situation Wanted 



BLOCK SALE 

Chlldrens" Clothes, Newborn & 
Up. Jr. Sizes 5, 7, and 9. 
Sofa HWe-A-Bed, Left- 
Handed Clubs (Can 
. Included). Household Items/ 

Furniture. Miscellaneous 
Hickory Road In Southtown 

Qn Airport Road 
Sat., dijhe 1*8-00 -4:00 



HELP WANTED- Sorvlcomastor. tho 
world bodor in tho dooning industry Is 
looking for ono full-tlmo second shift 
lanltorial supervisor to work In the 
Rosoau woo. Beginning wagos (8 CO 
par hour, commonsurate wllh 
oxporionco. Send resumo to P.O. Bos 
234. TRF, MN 68701, of cal 881-1070 
hx Information. 37tJo 

LOOKING, FOR ambitious salesperson to 
work on a commission. Excellent 
opportunity. Pfaasa cal 21B-253-2838. 
F4tS0p 

TEMPORARY POSITION: Shipping and 
receiving dork, computer oipononco 
roqulrod Inventory managomont ot- 
porienco proforrod. Contact: Human 
Rasourcos DopL, Northwost Modical 
Contor, Thiol Rivor Falls, MN 56701. 
EOE. 218-681-4240 Ext 40S, 2145c 
POSITION OPEN part-Hmo tar an LPN in 
a long-Urm hoofth can racffity. Position 
Indudos working rotating snllts, and 
every onof wookend. II Intorosted con- 
tact HiDcrast Nursing Homo, 311 Broad- 
Avo.. Box 4S0. Rod Lako Falls, MN 
'50. 281-4682. EOE. 4M7c 



SEWING MACHINE 
REPAIR 

Factory - Tnilned 

Technician 

K*tp Your Sawing Mactiln* 

In Top Worklno Order With 

Proper Maintenance 

HANSON'S 

1B28ROB1NHOODDR. 

681-5417 



NEED YOUR lawn mowed and crhodgo 
trimmed? Can 681-46S4. Roasonablo 
tatos and an escotlont tab done. 1l44p 
HOUSE PAJNTtNO- Free estimates. 
experienced, roasonablo retos, call 681- 
7350, Steve. NMItfc 



587! 






ENERCIZER 



BATTERIES 




EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

11SE.3rdSL 6B1-23S1 T.R. Fnila 



UOVINO SAL^E- Clothing, luggago, 



much cailoctibtos Indutfing a rasurobio 
1085 Plymouth Barracuda In running 
oondltion. $500.00 or bast offor. 
Wodnosdoy. June 6th. 0-2 and Saturday. 
Juno S. 12-5. No early solos. 2105 NtR- 
son Drlvo. 2145a 

OARAQE SALE- Wodnosdny-Thursday, 
Juno 6-6, somo anOouos, chum, tools, 
and misc. 515 North Homco. 1t44p 



WE SERVICE Mnrlnor, Moreury, 
Evlnrudo, Johnson, MorCrulsor, Cobra, 
Volvo. Qono's Marino. Montor, MN, 218- 

637-2050. NM1 116-240 

WILL DO prototslorutl carpotAjphdstory 
oloanlpg, 3 Ms Scotch g a rd pro loo lor 
avalabla. Reasonably pricod. Pom at 
222-3730, NM12i6-3p 

BARN LOWERINQ ond srrnigh toning. 
Buildings loworod, roisod or movod, 
Ousnuitood work, froo osUmotos. Uoyd 
Hohrorscfl. .Dotroll Lokos. 218-047-7223 
or21B-23a-6071.NM10l7p 



WOVEN WIRE, borbod wire, and post, 
froo for removing, phono ovonlngs, 881- 
2252. 11440 

SEWING MACHINE Ropalr - 30 yoors 
oxporfonca, work guurantood, ropalrs 
modo In your homo or bring machina u 
Calico Plus. Foils Mall, Thiol Rlvor Falls. 
Coll 601-8844 or B64-S7B3. NM7-4tfo 



WOOD STOVES & 
OUTSIDE FURNACES 

Guaranteed Lowest Prices 

Flnandng Available 

•Wood-Cpat •Wood-Oil 'Stoves 

•Finplaocf 'Add On Untie 

HIGH EFFICIENT 
1-800-446-4043 

Mike's Heating/ 

INC 
Mahnomen, MN 



WE HAVE MOVED) Tho Kids KollocUon 
Is now In Bio (ormor Thlrfty Cut location. 
Wo novo lots ol now Things, como soo us 
thorof F6t52o 

REBUILD THOSE startars and 
altornaiors. wo hava parts lor most 
makas. Slop out for froo astlmatas. 
Romanulacturod units are also available. 
TR Salvogo, 681-8221. NM3-2SH0 

FOR SALE- 2 car soots, and a 3-spoad 
glrTs blcydo. 8x12 onby In nlco conation. 
call 681-35B5. 1l44p 

FOR SALE- 8' Andorson whlto vinyl 
ooalod patio doors and framing. 
$1,100.00 vnJuo, Tirst $350.00 tokos It 
Novor boon usod, call aftor 5 pjn„ 864- 
BS57. 4H7c 

WEDDING INVITATIONS? Thank-you 
notos? I wrlto, addrass, malll 

Information? Phono Phyllis at 706-5252. 
NM5l5p ^__^ 



Ilia, Tho Messiah Is Coming, Juno 21, 
7.00 p.m, at tho Thiol Rlvor Falls Armory. 
2USp " 

SINGLE? MEET somoono spodall Con- 
ndontlal froo oxclllng dotallsl Slnglos 
Cannoctlons, P.O. Box 0032-N, Fargo, 

NDSB103, S44tfo 

FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Starting 
al 5785 1 or V-fls. 12-month, 12,000 mDos 
warranty. Don's Machlno Shop, Fosston, 
MN. Phono 218-435«370. or tod froo 1- 
B00-448-151S. BOHo ' 

YAMAHA 61 koy oloctrlo piano, 
koyboord with sustain podal. Can bo 
soon at Tho Times. 1200.00. NM2rJo 

FOR SALE- Doita toolbox to fit small sizo 
pickup, alio motal bandsaw, call 681- 
402B.NM4tSc 

BUY YOUR banory factory frosh. Wo car- 
ry ovor 1000 banorlos In stock. For all 
your battory noods, stop at Altra Pcwor 
Battory Company. Hwy. 1 A 50 Wost, 
681-8425, Thiol Rlvor Falls. G2tfe 



LARGE RUMMAGE SALE- AD kinds ot 
dothing, fools, dishwam, docks. Also tar 
solo- 1077 Dodgo van. ond portablo Lin- 
coln aro woldor. In Plummor, comor ol 
Main and Control Avo. Signs posted In 
yard. May 31 and Juno 1st, Fit. and Sat 
8-6. 1144c 

RUMMAGE SALE- Sal, Juno 1, B run. - 
4 p.m., 1114 Madgo Lorn, 2 blocks north 
of Homo Lumbor, 2 blocks oast ono 
block north. Clothes of an slios, dishos, 
curtains, misc. rummago. 1t44p 

RUMMAQE8ALE-Junoeth I 8-4 l 322W. 
2nd Stroet, doming of an slios. Homo 
Interior, watorbod, much misc. 1t44p 

GROUP OARAGE SALE- 037 South 
Crockor, Saturday, Juno 8, 8 n.m. to 5 
p.m., glrf s sizos 8 and up, boy's sizos 14 
and up, mon's and womon's clothing, 
Wabor grill, toaster, iron, toys, drapos, 
curtains, boddlng, Avon, MN North Star 
and MN Viking docks, sovoral alhor 
solos on tho block tho samo day. 3t46o 

5-PARTY OARAGE and moving solo- 
Pool tablo, now miS'S* mauvo carpot, 
baby Items, swing, cor scat, Infant soots, 
waJkor, bo trios, otc Flute, KJrby vacuum 
. aca, lamps, fumlturo, dothing En groat 
shapo, sizos baby to adult Toys, gamos, 
kitchen misc., old upright piano to give 
away. Many mora Items to numerous to 
mention. Sol, Juno 6th. a o.m. to 3 p.m., 
2 mllos south ot TRF on Hwy. 32 to 
Davidson Drive. 1st loft off Davidson to 
ond ol drivo. 2t45o 

RUMMAGE SALE- Sat, Juno 1st, 830- 
4:00; 8C2 North Main, fcitanfs to aoWs 
clothing, household Items, toys, fumlturo. 
1l44p 

YAHD SALE- Pickup loppar. china 
closot, dothing. misc., Juno Slh, Wod. 
thru Frl„ Juno 7th, to 6, 1023 Biioboth 
Avo. No, 1144p 



VACANCY; Speech Consultant tor IS 
days during tho 1001-1002 school your. 
Must have Master's Dogroo and C.C.C. 
Win bo consulting with 6 to 7 school 
speech dinkdans omployod by Northwest 
Regional In tor-District Coundl school 
dlstricu. Call NW HIC Dlroctor, Nick 
Smloia at 218-674-8216 or writo to Nick 
Smlola, NW HIC. P.O. Box 67 
Newfoldon, MN S6738. 4M7c 

RN POSITION coon part-tJmo at a tong- 
torm hoaHh euro fodsty. Work sdioduio 
Indudos rotating shifts and ovory othor 
wookond. If Intomstod contact HIcrast 
Nursing Homo, 311 Broadway Avo., Box 
459, Rod Lako Falls, MN 56750, 281- 

4682. EOE. 41470 

HELP WANTED- Full-tlmo oxpononood 
cook. Send comploto rosumo to Box 
2631, do Tho Tlmos, Thiol Rivor Fans, 

MN 56701. 33tto 

PART-TIME KELP wantod cloanlng 
konnals, lanltorial and lawn work. Must 
bo oblo to work wookond*. Apply In per- 
son at ValloyAnlmal Hospital. 1806 E. 

Groonwood, TRF. 1144o ■ 

WANTED- RoHaUo modionlc tar cars 
and trucks, Call 745-4208. Stop at 
Hamm's Repair. 4t45c 



JACOBS ON'S CONCRETE 

CALL FOR ALL YOUR 
CONCRETE NEEDS... 

Sidewalks, Driveways, 

Block Basements, Path, Bam Wort 

FREE ESTIMATES 

00:681-4541 

Jtsut Sarts, Art You SattdT 



PADDLE BOATS- 3-sooters. 5-sealors, 
Gene's M-rt». Mentor. MN 216-637- 
2050. NMI11S-24C 

FOR SALE- 1073 2V Glaslron boat. UO, 
M.a, and graph, irxceuent Lako of Tho 
Woods boat, roasonablo, coll 218-478- 
3584. NM417C 

17-FOOT DEEP V fborglasa boot, 75 
h.p. V-4 Evlnrudo motor. Spartan traDor, 
alt good condition, groat Lako pi the 
Woods outfit. S1.800.00/obo. caU 681- 
5607, TRF. NM3tSp 

FOR SALE- Boy's 20* bike. rod. good 

condition, $25.00, call 218-465-4432 
alter 5 p.m. NM2lSp 

FOR SALE- 1080 Baylinor Spoctrum 10- 
fL aluminum lishlng boat with all the 
accessories. Also a 1078 ful-slzo Bbxer 
4x4. 701-3S2-1353. S2146p 

FOR SALE- 18-lL Glostron open bow. 
1 1 6 h.p. Mercury outboard, Spartan roeer 
rruflor, whh white spoko rims. $2,700.00/ 
obo. Coll 706-6505. 1l44p 

I SELL consignment boats. Gene's 
Marino, Montor, MN, 218-637-2050. 
NM11BJ-24C 



HORSESHOETNO, graduate rarrfer, trim- 
ming and shooing, 218-843-2103. 
NMItfc 

LICENSED DAYCARE home has open- 
ings for 3 rul-Bmo childran. Nutritious 
moais, tun backyard, 681-7428. 37nc 



^^gf? MOYER'8 
LAUNCH SERVICE 

■ON LAKE OF THE WOODS' 

WARROAD.MVWESOTA 
• AW A Canadfarr lVerare 
• ExpmHtne»dQuidM 

For Reservations Calt 

ROBERT MOVER 

"The Dutchman" 

^ 218-386-1341 . 




681-2767 



HELP WANTED 
BOOKKEEPER-Musi 

ba experienced and 
proficient for computer 
payroll. 25 hours or more. 
For interview appointment, 
send ehort resume to office 
manager NORTHLAND 
FOODS, THIEF RIVER 
FALLS. 



PRINTtNO - For (ulyour printing noods 
stop ot The Tlmos, 324 Main Avo. North, 
Thiof Rivor Pals or col 681-4450. 65tfp 




BOAT FOR SALE- Starcrafl 18-1/2 It 
Bborglass. Inboard. 302. V-8, soots six, 
beautiful shape, 681-6786. NMStSp 



FOR SALE- 16-1/2 loot Starcralt 
aluminum Run-e-bout, with 40 ha. Evln- 
rudo with doctrtc start. Wol built trolor 
wfth 14-inch wheals. ExcoDont condaon, 
phono 478-3326 days or 436-3152 
ovonlngs. 1t44p 

FOR SALE- 14- Olatpar Run-a-faout, 40 
h.p. Johnson, long shah, J850.00. wi 
soil separato. call 21fM76-3584. NM417C 

DOCKS, BOATUFTS, pontoons, boats, 
outboards, discount prices, Gona's 
Marino. Montor, MN. 218-637-2050. 

NM11t8-24o 

CLOSEOUT ON all In-stock Marino 
accessories, 30-60% oil whto supptos 
last. RV Sports. Hwy, 1 W„ Thiol Rivor 
Falls. 681-1007. 1144c 



MONUMENT SALE PEOPLE full- or part- 
time. For moro Information contact: 
Mfhoilch Jonos Granite Company, P.O. 
Box 646. Si Cloud, MN 59302. 612-363- 
7770. F3t48c 



HANDYMAN- Exportoncod. willing to do 
small )obs. 681-7358. Slovo. F2l44o 
EXPERIENCED TEENAOER- wonts 
summor babysitting job, have roforoncos. 
Call 661-8046. 6(45c 



BOOKLETS 

Cut torn DttlgmdToFS Your N—d* 



6B1-4450 -Thief River Fan* 



STOP BY The 2nd Hand, Hwy. 60 North, 
new Items oddod ovory day, 861-2055. 

NM3-1BPC 

FOR SALE- Boetrio motors, 1/4 h.p. to 7- 
1/2 h.p. Sea us for all your oioctric motor 
noods. Ftoot Supply. Call 681-2850. 473c 



Wanted To Buy 



6B1-546B ovonlngs. F3t46p 



WANT TO BUY- 12* oxhoust bam fans, 
round oal straw balas tor boddlng, call 
681-8670, 2t44p 



FOR SALE- Antique bar, bock bar with 
mirror, boor and pop coolors, Ico cream 
troozor, 7-1/2 h.p. oioctric motor, Conrad 
Zak. Angus, MN 56712. Phono 745- 

5021. NM2t5p ■ 

KUSOVARNA TRIMMER brush Vttor 
and blowers, aro now at RV Sports, Inc., 

THF. 681-1007. 1144c • 

FOR ALL your air conditioning noods, 
solos and sorvica, soo TR Satvago. 681- 

8221. NM2tfc 

$ LOANS * Porsonat Loan/Dobt 
Consolidation. Call for a froo consultation 
with a loan consultant TODAY. From 
' «— ;. to 8 p.m. alio MC/Vliu availabla. 1- 
600-765-1 065. 10tS0c 

FOR SALE- 8- Popplo firewood for out- 
side stovos, dotlvorod, WOOO/cord. 10 
cord load, 5300.00. Delivory now or later, 
CtU 6 p.m., 465-4405. NU4l7p 



odultt doihlng. toys, and ml-collanoous. 
817 South KondaB. 1t44p 

2-PARTY RUMMAGE SALE- Don't miss 
this one) Everything must gol 324 South 
Shorwood Avo. (behind Kmart), June 5th, 
8-6, Juno 6th, 8-6, lots ol nlco glassware, 
housewares, crib, canning Jan, picture 
frames and ml to. 2t45p 

OARAQE SALE- Juno 5lh-6th, 415 
South Tlnddph Ave., 8-6 Wod., 8-12 on 
Thurs., bookcaso, Homo Interior, mon's, 

womon's dothing, knlekknacks, and 
misc. 1l44p 

2ND ANNUAL Largo indoor Ikta mtokot, 
Saturday, Juno 16. Sponsored by ihe 
Dovlls Loko Journal. Call for 
rasorvailcns, 701-862-2127, ask for Suo 
or Donlio. 1M4p 

FOR SALE- Drend now womon's casual 
clothos, many stylos, Warroad Com- 
munity center, Juno 8, u.m. to 4 p.m, 
Como early, do tho • may not lasL Orders 
will bo token on sold out horns. 6t46c 



HollocK MN 56726. profor LSW with 
Nursing Homo oxporionco but wlB con- 
sider LSW with no oxporionco, contact 
Choryl Aarsvdd at 218-8430612 to ob- 

taln an oppncatlon. F2I44C 

HELP WANTED- Pino to Prnlrio Homo 
Hoalth Care, an aggro sslvo homo hoatth 
care ogoncy, Is In nood ol a RN to work 
32* hours a wook in tho Thiof Rlvor Fdls, 
Rod Lako Falls area, making homo visits, 
Bono'ts paid indudo holiday, vacation, 
sick loovo, hoalth insumnco ond optional 
insurance. Wagos nogotiablo. RN noods 
good ossosimont skJOs, ambition and 
current MN Bcenso. For application or ' 
more Information, cdl 218-631-8332 or 
stop In person. 4t45c 

HELP WANTED- Danny's Pl-za now 
hiring cooks, waiters and wnltrotsos, full- 
or part-timo, apply In person, 203 W, 3rd. 

APPLICATIONS FOR Dog Catdior wSI 
be takon up to Juno 20, 1801 at p.m., 
lor any porson interested In 'City ol 
Goodridgo*. A Mtnnosate drivors license 
Is nocossary. Plooso contact City Clark. 
HR 4, Box 4, Goodridgo. MN 56725. 



FOR ALL YOUR 
REPAIR NEEDS 

Chain Snwa - Snowmobllos 

Snow Blowore • Oulboords 

Inboarda A f.O. Drives - All Small 

Engines • Lawn Mowers & Riders 

NORM'S REPAIR 

■SAl£S S SERVCE -SKWCOSMMrMOailD 
1307N.Duluth ThlelBh— -FWJa 

sai-xMe . 



FOR RENT- Across from Northland, par- 
tially tumlshod, mini blinds, security 
doors, gamo room, all utilitlos paid, plenty 
ot poriung. CoJI 681-2X7. Pfltfo '. 

FOR RENT- Largo 2-bodroom ground 
floor apartmont avaiablo Juno 1st. In- 
dudos stovo. Mdgo, and hoot Ono-yoar 
loaso and roforoncos roqulrod, rem 
$300,00, socurity deposit $200.00. To 
toe call Stan Gfcson Realty, 681-4087. 



WETCH HOTEL 

Rooms ond KUcheneDt 

ByDay: 512; ByWosk: $39; 

ByMonft: $156 

mONE-681-1233 

21 5 1/2 L Third Street, TWsf lr-w Faflt 



FOR RENT- 3-bedroom houso al 812 
North Duluth, availablo June 1, $350.00 
por month, damago deposit and 
roforoncos. Co" 1-612-801-3675. 40tfc 

OFFICE'SPACE for rent- Former P.CA 
building, call 681-1550 or 064-5252. 
4147c 

FOR RENT- 3-bodroom houso, $300.00, 

pay your own us'lirioi, $200.00 doposlt, 
661-4877. 2t45p 



Public Notices 



BUYING SCRAP IRON, car bodotrlarm 
machinery, rrqo plckup/sorvico, 261-661- 

5833. F5tS2p 

WANT TO BUY- Old toon beds nnd old 
kltehon cupboards, call 218-681-4261. 

NM616p 

WANT TO BUY- Automatic Wophono 
ensworing machina with remote, cell 661- 
1000 days, or 681-3126 ovonlnps. 1M4p 

WANT TO BUY- Com cultivator, to fit on 
bock ol WD AIBi Chalmom, 465-4350 
ovclnoi, 11440 

Use Times' Claisillcd Ads for best 
results. Call 631-4450 to place your 



FOR ALL YOUR 
PRINTING NEEDS-. 



Lawn & Garden 

FOR SALE- Bdons 16-h.p. tractor. 16- 
h.p. hydraulic loader wllh 48* mowar 
dock, shall drivo, good shapo, can bo 
seen at RV Sports, 681-1007 days. 681- 

2904 aftor 6p.m. 1144c 

U3ED UWN-BOY lawn mowar. first 
$50.00 takes It. Jock Boyor. 308 S. 
Morriam, Thiol Rlvor Fals. MN 56701. 



CARD OF THANKS 
Tho family ol Annlo Hanson wishes to ox- 
press their ihanks to all Sioso assisted in 
anyway during Mother's lllnoss. to thoto 
who visftod hor at tho hocpltal and 1st 
* door CNC. Also Dr. Bray end Dr. Johnson 
and tho nurses at tho hoipltal and CNC 
Cor their contldorato care. Thanks also 
for momorid caids, floral or— ngemonrs, 
to the poltboaro rs . Sincere approciation 
to tho Greon Funoral homo. Pastor Porcy 
Smerok for a very nice mossogo. Greco 
Kommor for her music, Becky Pognac lor 
sorvina kinch after the funoral. God Blass 

Thol— a Andorson and lamDy 

Mr. *■ Mrs, Go it Johnson and lamily 

Mr. S Mrs. Vomon Hanson and family 

Mr. S Mrs. Curtis Hanson and family 

Marvin and Emott Hanson 

1t44p 



CARPENTER WORK, shingling and ce- 
ment work wanted, 15-yoars oxporionco. 
064-5483. F2t44p 

Motorcycles-ATV3 

FOR SALE- 1068 Kawasaki Vulcan 750 
V-twin. windshlold. 7,000 mites, oxcoDont 
condtton, 6B1-58B3 ottor 5 p.m. 2M5p 
FOR SALE- 18B0 Yamaha 850, Shalt 
drivo, 1077 Monarch. 302. oJr, 80,000 
mBos, good cor, alto Wonted: roar tractor 
tiros, site 10x38, C International. 465- 
4485.4147c 

FOR SALE- Kawasaki KX250. $700.00: 
Millermaric 200 wlrelood woktor, 2-1/2 
yoors old. $1,100.00; Boor Alaskan II 
compound bow. 70 lb. draw. $150.00; 

681-3043. 1144p 

SUZUKI 4-WHEELERS In stock lor Im- 
mediate doUvory. Models Irom DO-260cc 
hduting King Quod. RV Sports, Inc., 
Hwy. 1 Wost. THF. 681-1007. 1144c ■ 

FOR SALE- 1878 750 Honda Super 
Sport, In good condition and ready to go. 
Asking $500.00. C-J 681-6148. 24tfo 

FOR SALE- 2 motorcycles, 1874 DOHC 
500 Yamaha. $250.00; 681-6106; 1076 
CB500 Honda. S400.00, 681-7067. 

im P 

MUSTSELL- 1078 Yamaha 650 Spedd. 
backrosL cargo rock, highway pegs, low 
ma-s, $500.00 or best offer. 681-2673. 

FOR SALE- 1884 Yamaha Ventura, 
1200cc, 5, GOO mllos, aura chromo, 
cruiio, hlflhway pogi, AM/FWcossotto, 
cuitom paint, tu-tono blue, mini. 
$3,800.00. call aftor six. 437.-B185. £_| e8T-6991 after 4:30. 448c 



FOR RENT 

Available immediately, 
former Westside Gro- 
cery space ( up to 1,000 
sq, ft.) with paved 
parking. Free use of 
store equipment. 
If interested call: 

681-6806 



FOR RENT- Ono-bodroom opnrtment 
with dr conditioning ovor Aco Hordwaro 
Juno 1st for ono non-smoking older 
porson. Partially rumiihod al $200.00 

plus dtrpctlt. 6SM767. 30tfc 

FOR RENT- 2-bodroom basomont 
apartmont. stovo, Irldgo. oll-strool 
parkins. $175.00 rent, deposit $125.00; 



FOR SALE- 1078 400cc dirt blko. 
$400,00/obo, 608-4266. ask lor Dan. 

NM6tSp 

MOTORCYCLE BATTERIES lor solo, 
comploto lino fined with odd. charged, 
randy to go. Altra Power Banory Co,, 
661-8425. Thief Rivor Fall-. 24tfe 



HOUSE, OARAGE and quonsoL Located 
loss than 100 yards from woD -maintained 
gravo! rood and school but route. From 
Thiol Rivor Fdls: on Hwy. 59 south to 
County Rd. 3. (0 miloi), to River Valley 
bridgo (13 miles). 2 mllos south. 2 milos 
oaiL From OkJoe: to mlos north; 6 miles 
oast 681-6122, 2144c 




Page 16 



'NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, May 31; 1991 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Livestock 



FOR SALE- On* Angus hard lira 3-rean 
old, **wd by EAF. Enterprise yMrtino 
Angu* bub with partormJinco record* 
iviUd*. CraJgrriki Angus, Don or Paul. 
643-2729. 8*3-2553 or B43-36S6. NM2- 

tntc 



TO SHIP 
CATTLE 

-TO- 
FARGO 

-AND- 
SOUTH ST. PAUL 

CALL: 

Ness & Lorenson 

Phone: 222-3699 

or 782-2363 



ATTBCTION FARMERS: Coib on tho 
term (Of ihln. lama and alow caOC Alio 
down and disable* canto and hog*. 
PIMM col 218-035-2683 or 038-4137 

ejwsrne. NM14t6-17p 



S1UUENTAL DULLS, voailmoi. poUud, 
low birth woighti, ViVing. 523-4015 

Nwtep 

FOR SALE- Bui. purobrod Torontnito. 2- 

Joan old, choice ol rwo, cat! 523-3283 or 
74-3931 F2144p 

FOR SALE- Rogiitorod poTJod Horofort 
yearling bulls and hoifor*. 754-2281. 
1144p 

FOR SALE- Yearling Slmmoninl and 
Slmmontal-Golbvioh bill. Ono two-yoar 
old Slmmontal bull, 776-3687 ovoningt. 
Lost River ammonia!. Ctoartrrorjk. 3l44p 

FOR SALE- Ono yoarling pollad 
KerotaMVCherotai* buy. phono 373-4582 
owning* 2t45p 

FOR SALE- A good rotocWn o( purobrod 



FOR SALE- Horse* and pernios, somo 
rlda and drivo. 523-3021 ovoningi. 
NMSlSp 



FOR SALE- Hog-ilcfed Yearling polled 
Morolofd built, yoo/lmg hotlori. loo 754- 

:231- 1144p 

PUREBRED ANGUS buOi lor into, tor- 
tl.ty toilod. porta rmrmeo totted, alto 17" 
child plow and 6 80 bushel hog toodon, 
phono 253-2306 NM4t7o 



Sunday, 
7/(f JUNE 9 




HM*I IOUM4 IS Ofm t» 



A.a^*^. ESTATE OF PAUL KASPR1CK 
(Si'*- \\f> (AMnaK«!prt<*,P.H.218-S23J625) 




Saturday, 
V(j JUNE 8 



VERMTU »14S, 33.1*30 ftae-fin Cum, 
Her* and Wait* Cooler 
0UVEI1 *1 Ml CUM. CM). Mr. HM. I B74 
ALUS CHALMERS, 1ITJ. BOO, Cab, AJr. 



U5.fSiaDtoMl.CM.Mr. 
Hooder.15- SMgH Header lor «10 

HC 1903, CMMn PUov HMdw 



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mtch ran nw 'Lunch wu m ttnvoi 

TTHAflPFQUIPMEHT . 

VERSATILE 1 140 W CuWveor «th K«rro« 
UNOSEYST Harrow 
ROU> FLEX 21'CNwl Plow 
IHC IffeeTO Tandem Wheel Oath 

wc s«ia #470 Amo n«*i Pto* 

WHITE Bxlfl »44S Auto Heeet Pkw 
JAOTGutnTlH 

JJ);tr3urttoiT»ir 
BniLUON inff 3 Rer* p*o*r 
J.D.BRowPtint*r 
BRADY 6 Ho* CutVMor 
B Row 3 PoW Bind Sprayer 



VERSATILE ■ 10 20* Put Type 

tkucxb , 
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FCfl0 1 BS1 Tkndwn. 39 1, S«2 ir Boa ihd 

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LOADCT 
FARUKAM) »2» loadar-Rodi Fork-Stag* 



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PRASCO 40-30 19-17 Sup*! Saeder 



WESTF1EL0 7*a4t' wHi IB HP OS Ektctrtc 
SlMUMor 
10* Drag Auger 

ANDERSEN *T GUM In PWaip Field 
Sprrryer 

1 000 OaL Fuel Tar* 

S00 Oat. Fuel Tar* whfi Hind Pump 

lOOOCtoLPrepenoTer* 

OASOOY Electric Fuel Pump 



ORELLE AND JOAN VATNSDAL, OWNERS 



Consigned items to vatnsdal auction 



107B IHC 1574 Tractor. 3-Pt Dtwel 

PICKUP 
1064 OMC 1/2-Ton 4x4. 350. Auto. 

P1PEUNE MILKER 

1003 DELAVAL 2* PIPELINE tor 4S 

Cow* w/4 Unit* Largo Claw 

BA . LE R 

l08ON.H.7f315 Bator 

SKIP STEER LOADER 

Hydra-Mac Oc SWd Stoor Loodor 



DnVo 
BERQ Bom Ctoonor 
1060 PATZ Manure Pump 
1D7S 40* Belo EJovator w/Traniport 
12* Grain Augor 

IBaO 3-pL 5* Mowor Buih Hog Rotary - 
Automatic Rolor MO! 
Farmhand Bate Accumulator 
Sinrw Chopper (or Bodding Cow 

Statu 
10B8 16' Tondom TfoJor 
6-Ton Wagon w/Hoyraek 
1083 Diion Rldng Mowor 
Micolanooui Itom* & Tool* 



GARY W. ERICKSON, OWNER 218-782-2436 
k\SCT% , J 



*»u»Jr 'xsr: 



Real Estate 



Reel Estate 



FOR SALE 

.103 Vorsatilo, S.P. 18 Ft. 
Swalfior; No. 36 Massoy S.P. 
16 Fl. Swalhor; 1976 Ford 1- 
Ton Truck; Holstoin/HolslGln 
Cross Foodor Calvos (400 
lbs. and up): Holstoin Bull; 
Boar Pigs Ot Sorvicoablo Ago 
(good soloclion). 

681-4028 



COMMERtCAL PROPCRTY (or tart or 
runt 28*i104' buWng Oflk*. (hop. and 
HrarohouM tpaoo. Gutting locaiod at 
[130 Ponningion Aw. (Airport road). Cad 
G81-3387DtbI. 41 do 

LAND AVAILABLE, laim and finlih 
dovolopmont ol 120 um, no root (or 3- 
ruari. 2-1/2 mitoi norffi. ono milo out ol 
Plurnmor. 318-722-2758. S2144C 
SELUNQ- 2-bodroorn (mum. lingto car 
inrago with ihod Nico location. 104 
-tuthCrocKor, Cal 681-8721. 1M4p 



gar 
soi 



LAKE OF THE WOODS 

Lake lots on American side 

218-743-3322 Owner/Agent 

Free maps & info. 



LAND FOR SALE 

Appnulmatcly 3000 Acrw In 
Klondike Twp. 
Eastern Kittson Co., MN 
l.CRPLAND 
2. CROPLAND Some Peat 
A Mineral Soil With 
100% Wheal Base 
3.HUNTIN0LAND 
We'll Sell Any Combination 
Of Above Acreage. 
CONTACT BILL RAMAGE 
218-379-3215 



FOR SALE- Yorkihiro and Craitbrod 
boon, havo boon tottod: roody lor 
lOrvico, caH 681-402B. NM4l5c 



FOR SALE- Yoarling Potlod Horoloid 
bud i, good lotocBon ol tan growthy and 
oaiy calving bulla, Irom lop At tiros and 
W Knight llllum 44. Alto. 1 yoarling 
Polled Slmmontal bull, tiro ABS's 
Mattori. roatonably priced, win dotwor. 
Contact: Vordont Valloy Formi, 
Nowloldon. Phono B74-6B15 or 874- 
374Z NM8I5fi ^^^ 



BEST BUY on Mapla Lakol Modom two 
bodroom cottago, boautlhrl aouthoul 
wow. 45' frontaoo. 100* upper bL QtmI 
nrpporty, only ono milo of! Hwy. 2. Pricod 
In 30 , i, buy now. onjoy all aummor. 
Soriout inqulroi call 218-837-2090. 

F2MSp 

LAND FOR SALE- 160 aero* (03 aero* 
in CRP), and fuD Ml of building*, good 
won. location- 10 miloi NWolTRF.681- 
4367. 4l44p 

FOR SALE- 1009 Horti Dowoy. nlco lot 
with monoy making crab applo troo and 
big gardon; and 2 -bodroom modom 
houio. garago with workahop and jutt 
ovarythlng goat tor $6,000.00. Call 681- 
1 188. 1M4p 



FOR SALE- Formtlto dorm to TFIF. 3- 
bodroom houto, bam. and 8-10 acm ol 
land Including grovo. Call 701-203-6800 

afwr e p.m. 4U4c 

FOR SALE- Two-bodroom homo, oak 
cabinot. vaulud coiling*, otoctric hooL 
dlthwaihor, mlcrowavo ovon, carpot 
throughout URay Boach. uppor Rod 
Lolu). low 30*. 681-8303. 4l46p 



FOR SALE- 140 auoi hunting land. 

woodi. nvor. tome Ulabto. JI15W an 
aom. 425-7354. Roimu County. 1U4p 
FOR SALE- 2 bodroom homo, attochod 
inglo garago. Inthod batemon! witn 
froplooo tn roc. room, bootoom and uUity 
room. Uppor 30't. Coll 681-1389 lor 

ap pointment 20th) 

FOR SALE- Romodolod 4-bodroom 
homo on largo nvor lot in Nowtoidon. Hot 
tub. wood or oil hoot dock, garago, coll 
Ron at B74-a.11 1. »9,000. WM36P 
FOLTZ BUILOIHOSi Mochino ttorago. 
i hoot, livoatock. commorcial, RV itorogo 
and garagot, complololy oroctod, with 
wartant/, torvlng Nontiom Minnoiota. 
For color brochuro and pricot col: toll 
froo, 1 ^00-782-0034. NM4-23te 







FOR SALE- Palomino quanor horio, 
thow quality, Haltar and Ploaturo, 10- 
yoar* old, call 465-4513 ovonlng*. 
F2l44p 



18LS ACRE riverfront property, axoollont 
SE location, would mako Idool building 
tin, 681-4581. 214 5p 



HOUSEHOLD A 
COLLECTABLE 
AUCTI 



Tuesday, June 11, 1991 !.«p.h. 

LOCATED: indoors at th« Cnvnllor Arana. Ovallor. NO 



RIHHmiRE: 

(lute hot wjgloii door*; noun 
rHnimw SB I w'4 Chain: Wnnrl TnWn mlt 

chain a malcMno buNat: ^-pf Rminvwri 
Str r W" 0^'*^ wrnlnof: Cnffw, TnWnt 
(1) w'mnlehlno end labia; F"d Tablai: 
U"»""H a Ffnmn lor ilnrjlo bad: 121 
noofi Fuii-fliTo bed*; Scia: in— 7-n«y: 

n nfHiftf: Rnirteaii.: Untlphl nlnnn; jj) 

APPLIANCES & 
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: 

HFWMW floip Iryei/eookor; MW lliyWtii 
vacuum deumr (uud very lilBo); > ■""" 
Cp ||«Hon ol dl.hoi B olBltwara; £qj 



Mniwoll, Hooilti, Bfltavla, Wollar A. 
Wood. Buckoyo. and many oihart; LatiB 
pmllo B phanograph eollocllon, with 39 



phonograph. 90 Ambarola cyUndar*. vlaor 
[alklng machln*: AJiJlBll ihorrwava radio 
w/con* ipaakar, Mvaral ottiar portabla*. 
labia Bp*. «K4 Avon b0Bl«; naranwm: 
fort * Rnnlft mlUelVuu; ttlimwant: ND r. 
MN Ucania plala* Irom 1918 up; QiDox 

OUTDOOn ITEMS 

Ptt^-wwvWrvil 1C 5-H.P. roar Una l.p. 

am dm Hilar, (utad onco, tike new): 
fiflp ppur ?y puth mowar w/boogar [Ilk* 
m>w)r MW TV njifi mowor: Catwx iS h.p. 
puih mowar; HE lawn iwoopor. fin]iimMn 
Walk behind mmtblowor: p;n«;ln , dome 
groan houte. 

TOOLS & 
. MISCELLANEOUS: 

flkl. Sbw: Elac DriH; yiinr MJurtillrmwm. 
lawi A to alt; ClflU cut eawt; Ftwttrie 
motor*; Antigua potato euttar; WJip 
iwtehon: HEH 9*X17 Linoleum ramnoric 







CMOiaMraaas-aiiK'tN** SiirS™* 

rnr ***• a-n** w tuSm*f* *■ a - ** 1 •**■■ 

Eua pa. it agnw.U iifraw 







Saturday, June 8, 1991 

11:00 A.M. 

LOCATION: JO Wnt Paikvtow, Wemtn, MM 
LUNCH WtU.CE SERVED OYTHE KAHEN CIRCLE. MELO LUTHEHAN CHUItCH 

■^■■ESS^SaSSMaHH-fl-i 

CltWWwr«tot>n»w.Orw>n DM Fnuna wlih HeeWoard, Olng- SW 

Hnena T»W* wWi a Lmwm end * Chew OrlvuiU SUnto wltn a-Triek Pl»y«. AM-H4 

wmiCaaun Rxbo 

IPIKM Hatching Sola, LovMaat and CruTr I - Home DurgUr Alarme 

Bedroom OM Cemplata wlOi Oooliem Snull WoodNDench Ouinsund 

Meodboeri.Cne«lo(Di*w*™,Wnny Lrg. Enimet Roee" - 





TRACTORS 

19T0 John Deere «3Q wtth C«b, S-PL Dull, 

John Deenilit Loader. \t-nOd 
John Caere SOM wBh Cab. Ouaht, 19M Uodd, 



FIELD MACHINERY 

John Dm M 000 17 1 1241 Field CuBrrHor 

John Deere tlOO J*-a Chbel Plow 

John Deere J-B*r Marrow For CurthrHoi 

UelroertOJMfPion 

ilerrot nf L Huron wWi WKHIIon SprrrrM 

Aruchrnent 
IHC aBowCulrjtiiorwmi Romng ShWd* 
ABIed Mow WHnlor wMi Hofllng ShWrJt, 

QeogeWran+i 
John Deere fTi (-flow Crop Planwr 
I-affiiBioo^aF'nriatWlewtdiCraeaand 

Fenrtnr 



MISCELLANEOUS 

10rjo-Oalan Fuel TK* wWi Ekwrte Pump 
SOCKHtton foal Tank wtrji EleeWe Pump 
900-Galion propana Tir* 
Serric* Tar* wBh Electrie Pump 
I-DriHFUI Auger* 
Shever Hyarauae Poet Drwer 
RoundBAlaRIng CttMODer 

Roator Barbed Wire Cedar end Steel Poll* 
WkeStntcher 2D-RAIurniriurnC4l* 

AkWrench AKChbjel 

»'44ndi Sodurl SM WMerPurnp 
Lincoln Welder Ak Cornpretear 



Oram lung 4»FL Auger ■» IHtP. Brigga 

EleeWc Btarl Engine 
Wrm. 2J0-Bu.OrmryBoi»ttri 10-Ton Wegsn 

HARVEST-HAY EQUIPMENT 

1 979 White M900 Combine trtlh flear Wheel 

AuMendOlceTki* 
VervrtOa (II, 19-fI PTO Snther 
John Deere *S1 Bound Baler, WkH Bert. 1 000 

PTO,KaH40lut 
Famhrnd9-WrMlFUUerrihlh**ullcLrll 
White 1tWT. sualgM Heeder 



'-" 1 



TERMS CASH 
All Sales Final 







Friday, May 31, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 17 



The Classifieds 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Hay, Feed, Seed 



can cMvwr. 435-8400. r 



Campers 



NOW TAKING 
ORDERS tOR 

Chicks, Turkeys, Geese S Ducts 

We Also How feed & Supplies 

681-2420 

NOmjUNDMODUCI 



FOrl SALE- 1975 Chew, camprtr but. 
Mml-convonad. pood motor rani., trw, 
palntod N.D. but. cloan. pricod 
roaionabto. alio Paavry guitar wtth 
Cat*. 218-440-4501. 1U4p 

FOR SALE- 107B Rochwood 
motorhoma, 4,700 mloa. 350 oeigtno, 
racial Bret. 204-8204. 1l44p 

FOR SALE- Starcrah pop-up crampar, 
iloop l aii. now canvM. atovw. iotbox, 
J750.00/OOO, cwa 681-6233. 31460 



Machinery 



Machinery 



Machinery 



Machinery 



OB HO loader wifi grappke tort, good 
oondton. I2.000TO, 681-8221. NUJ- 

2500 

RA0UTOR REPAIR- Why iwcon whan 
w« maybo ataa 13 r»buid7 Ho )ob Do bto 
or too amafl. Cal tor trw* aalrrvu*. TR 
Sarvago. 681-8221. NM3-25BO 



FOR SALE- Big bale* ol daky tvxl boal 
quatry altalta Kay. can dolvor. cal 485- 
44aSannr8p.m. NM4-1flc 

Campers 



Machinery 



>0 pickup campor, 8' pop- 



FOR SALE- 1075 Formi tor pull-iypo 

campor. 20-ft. aloopi 6, naw oloctric 
(rVogo, good condUon. For mora hter- 
maflon cal 88M15P. ll*4p 

FOR SALE- 8-ft pickup campor with 
itovo, caa/oloctite roWoor a tor, tunning 
wator, lurnacv, alto 1070 F-250 6- 
cylindof, 4-apood. 85.000 actual tnlot, 
now Broa and dutch, good running con- 
dition and body, Sold togothor or 
aoparatoly. CaU 681-6585 aftor 5 p.m. II 
not homo too™ moiiago, wiD got back te 
yog. 300o 



FOR SALE- CSvor B8 daaol with loaxltr, 
HouUn 6600 targo round balor, 218- 
425-7628. 1t44p 

WORK WANTED- Deck*, garagai. 
Domont thorrwek. thinglng. I haw Iho 
tool* and know how to do Iho Job. 18- 
yoam oKportonco. 064-54B3. F2M6p 



FOR SALE- IH 806 tractor, dual*. nk» 
cap. dual hydraulic vary nlco tractor. 
totophono 483-2102 aftor 6 pjn. NM2flp 

40-FT FAHOO Bold tprayor. mountod on 
1078 4-WD Chevy pickup, 881-4883. 
1144p 

FOR SALE- John Dooro 24T balar, 
oxcoiioni; John Dooro 6601 comblno, 
now cyUndor ban, concavo and foodor 
chain. 1076 modal. 458-3328. 1U4p 



FOR SALE- Intomattonal 88 buihol 
manura tpraador, 2-wftool; 7-R. Now 
Id— hay eondaonor. 436-2230. 2t4Sp 

FOR SALE- 8-whool Farmhand rak*. 
oomptotreiy raeondllonod. incaxlng now 
wtMol thiokh and piiri. 294-6308. 1l44p 



FOR SALE- 1BS0 OUvar. 3^rL. dual*. 
Coiy cab; etiaddad aquar* tWIalta miaad 
batoa, 222-3700. HU5t5c 

FOR SALE- Now Holland (took bnor. Ho. 
1000, ttack* 56 batot. (utfr hydntuOc. 
pood condition. 378-4315. 1t44p 

FOR SALE- 103 tpray ooupo. 58 loot, 
ported ihopa. wtth nc-drtp noutoi, 437- 

6401.NM215P 

FOR SALE- OoM modd #1500 round 
bator. mite, grin aupan: 10-R. 103 Vor- 
lalilo twathar; 16-ft. »38 Maiiay 
iwathor 1978 Ford 1-ton truck; cal 881- 
4028. HKUSc 

FOR SALE- Loader for 8 H or ON Ford 
tractor, choap. cal ovoningi, 218-687- 
4521. tt44p 



FOR SALE 

8 Row Cultivator 
w/RoUing Shields 

Don Joppru 681-2602 Days 
or 681-4685 Evenings 



FOR SALE- 1082 Cato 4800. 3.800 

hour*. 128.000; 40' cultivator with 
harrow, »8,80O. both J3S.000. IS* 
•unftowar hoador. 0* pan*. flAXaco, 
218-745-4002. F2U4p 

FOR SALE- "030* Cat* comfort king 
standard tractor, fw P.T.O., 2 rrydrautta, 
on* ownor. atlung $2^00.00; il8-2Sl- 

5628 ovoningi. 1l44p 



FOR SALE- OS J.D. oombino with cab, 
Rarld raody. S1.600.00: 334 J.D. com 
head. J4O0.00; front mount ttoid tank lor 
J O J25.0O; 24-fL hay convoyor w* 



FOR SALE- GO Dodgo pickup wbh hoort, 
A-l thapor. narrow from M IraomatWnaJ, 
745-6535. NlrtttSe ■ 



FCflSAL&Fannhandbaloarxumuraioi 
and fork in good condition. 318-881- 
1167, 881-7708, 681-1331. Nm3Bp ■ 



CAMPER FOR SALE- 1076 17-fL Joyoo, 

gat/otoctrio fridgo. ihowor. toflot, vory 
good condition. $1,750.00. 681-2873. 

FOR SALE- 1075 Palomino pop-up 
campor. 16-ft. Lund boat, motor, and 
traior. 436-2450. 1t44p 



$850,00, phono 440-3565. 1l44p 



Bill RotlOlt IfTiplOmOnt OoiSW Uiyvlll*,NOSS137 
New and Ueed Farm EowpmeM 

roariAoa HEADER HEADQUARTERS alwamuwxi-i 
CaO Anyllma (TCllTlMii j 



rr> ni D ^K«l°iW 



iirrr_rr Kcv.ir.ir. VtirTlli'iinil 

0U3M£iai lbtf*rna 




Intioducine the best 
financing deal in farm 
machinery today. 

Gehl Freedom Financing is exactly 
what you need thoc days— freedom 
from finance charges or extra monthly 
payments. Freedom Financing offers 
delayed -payment and low- payment 
options that enable you to get the 
Gehl equipment you need right now . 

GEHL FINANCE* 



NO PAiTHENTS or NO FINANCE CHARGES 



GEHL 



No piyTpfnii or flruncr 
chirp? until Au(i»l ■- 1*" 
Mm pt 7»*» LOW AJ*« tor up 
'« liirl ihi!! 



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Chooti no firctncr th»r(o (or 

II monthi wlih airi-Urw 
piyrncnta Thm 99% LOW APR 



=B= 



until Ocrobcr I. 1991. 
thm 119% APH tor up It 

49 rooniht «I«r ihiL 




NELSON EQUIPMENT 

Hwy B9 North"- T. R.' Falls, MN - 681-1997 




HOUSEHOLD 



AITTiaUES * COLLZCTZBIZS 




Henry Larsen Estate 




FARM , . , 

MACHINERY AND /L 
HOUSEHOLD 



M©m®i 



9-Carry (Pearson 



FARM EQUIPMENT 



A(yj©TrQ@(Nr s^\cl 



Friday, June 7, 1991 



10:00 
A.M. 



LOCATION: From Argyla, UH 12 MUci East on County Road 4, 2 Miles South, 1J4 Milo Elil ROAD W1U BE MARKED. j 



PhOHO (218) 668-2851 



Friday, June 7, 1991 



TIME: 10:30 A.M. 



LUNCH SERVED 



LOCATION: FROM FOSSTON, AfrV.-Tako «6 East At Stop Light, 5 1/2 Miles 

F770M TRAIL, MN: Approximately 2 Mllos West On 94, Tito 8 Mllos South on #6. 

ROADS WILL BE MARKED 



'■';. TRACTORS 

1073 MtxmttlOMl 1008 DtoMl 
BUe*Str1p^34>L,Hub 
lJuBt*,6W10Wiro,IXMl 
Hyd,CabWAlr*MMt,10- 
•V3STtnN 

Foal Soddkt Tank lor 1068 
htanwUonal Tractor 

Intarnattonal 858 Dtoari, 3-PL, ■ 
Hub Duala, Dual Hyd-, 550- 
1000 PTO, 18+38 Tim* 



Hlnlkir 3-PL Snow Blomr, single 

Sugo 
H InUrnsllonal Tradon. for Parti 
Carirtt for 201 International Swather 
200-GaDon Poly Tin* 
Hyd. Batty Pump for H International 

wfcWty Remote and Draw Bar 
1000-Gallon FwlTank, Used for Waloi 
SOO-Catlon Futl Tank w/Electric Pump 
300-GaDon Fuel Tank w/Stand 
!50-GallonFoelTanl( - 
100-Gallon Fuel Tank 
2-2.Whrre! Trailers, Older 
3-PL Big Bala Carrier 
Older 3-PL Potato Culllretor 
Soma Scrap Iron 
Anvil 

Bam Cupolas 
OthwMlscellanaoua Ec^lpmenl 



•WMMI>IMUIMIJ!Um 

210 International Sell- Propelled 

Swather, 16 Iff 
International 16* (2-ff) #100 Preas 
. Drins 

Continental Mtrolator 
International #400 Planter, Wide Row 
- wftryFemitzar&HwblcMe 
Allied tr*4T Grain Auger, PTO 
Scoop A Second 7*x40* Grain Augor 

PTO 
Woslco 6"x24' Auger with Orbit Motor 
Hutchinson '"jr.11" Auger 
Drill Rll Orbit Motor 
International 503 Combine, Engine 

Needs Work, wM-Row Com Head 

Wide, Grain Dummy Head vtl 

Pfcxup 
Dummy Head for a 403 Comblno w/6- 

BeltMalroe Pickup 
Serve & Chall for 503 Combine, Like 

New 
Morldge 225-Bu. Portable Grain 

Dryer, PTO Drive 
Grain Moistura Tester 
Propane Hose for Grain Dtyer 

I Approximately 1 Hour 
Of Household and 
Miscellaneous 
BE ON TIME! 



TRUCKS 

1070 ct»*tWcSu\4-8pd and 
JoBpd, 350 ¥«, 1 6" BOX and 
Hotel 

1064 ChertTDlet 80, B-Cyl-. 1*' 
BoxarrdKoM 

1073 rDCamtno, V4, AT. 




Intemollonal 25" Vflbra-ehank Cult- 
ivator w/Harrow 

Track Waekor, 3-PL 

International 4-Row Vlura-sriank 
Cultivator 

GlencoelO'DeepTtlier 

International #700 Auto. Reset 6-16 
Plow, 3-Pl and Hitch 

14- MF Hyd. Wheel Disc 

1 4- IH Hyd. Wheel Disc 

10* Amco Off Set Disc 

Lindsay Hyd. S-Sectlon Harrow 

C21JD 18 1/2" Cultivator 



Frlgldatn) 4-Bumer Electric Slove 
Kenmoro Compact AJ^tvOne Laundry 

System (Washer and Dryer) 
Davenport end Chair 
Trash Burner 
Small Pool Table 
Small Steel Office Dealt 
Window Air Conditioner, 5000 BTU 
Window Fan 
Some Other Miscellanea us Item. 



1978 Allls Chalmers 70M, Power 
Shift, DualSTiSpool Hyd., 
A.C^ Healer, Tape Player, 
1900 Hours 



rA»i;H.'fJ.ldl»iEBBga 



VersaUie 420 S.P. Combine, In 

Good Condi lion 
M.H. 21 Comblno for Parts with 

Sunt! Pickup 
LH. 163 16' Swather for Parts 
LH. 120 15' Swather nnd 

Transports 

■ ■■•MMIM 



msnufUMiinddm 

John Deere T 15 3-R. Hydraulic 

Mower 
Now Era SI do Delivery Rake 



Drao; Auger, 10-7" 

Mayrath 2B'-6" Grain Auger with 

8-H.P. Brlggs Erg (no 
Grain Auger, 20'-4" on Wheels 
Grain Augor, 4l'-7" with 16-H.P. 

Engine, Starter and Clutch 



1939 International Harvester 
Caterpillar TD40 with Dozer 

Glencoe 18 MX Field Cultivator 

with 3-Bar Harrow 
I.H. 14' Chisel Plow 
I.H. 10' Cultivator 
Cose 18' Field Cultivator 
J.D. 15' Mountod Cultivator 
M.H. 8' Tiller, 26** Blades 
M.H. 10' Tlllor, Hyd., 26" Blades 
Oliver 6-16" Seml-Mountod Trip 

Beam Plow 
I.H. 5-14" Plow 
Ollvor 2-14" Plow 
IK 2-14" Plow 
Clark MX. 15' Anhydrous 

Applicator on Rubber 
John Deere 12' Kllllfer Blade 
Dunham 10' Roller Bearing Land 

Packer 
Massoy Harris 8' Cultivator 
John Deere 10' Single Disk 
Fargo 40' Spray or on Castor 

Wheels 
Ollvor Breaking Plow, 20" 
John Deere 7-Sectian Harrow 
Weed Sprayer, 41' Ford, 4-Speod 

Trans., Brlggs Motor 



1B53 Chevrolet 2-Ton Truck with 

Box and Hoist 
1937 Plymouth 6-Cyl. Car, Runs 

Good 



ESMSMMOSma 



Kay Mandolin with Now Strings 
Harmony Patuclan Guitar 
3 -Good Fiddles 
3-FlddlaCeses 



Winchester Model 12 12-Ga. Rib 

Barrel Nickel Stool Full Choko 

Shotgun 
45 Army Colt 

Slovens 12-Ga. Dbl. Bar. Shotgun 
Westom Arms 12-Go. Slnglo 

Shotgun 
Eastern Aims 12-Ga. Slnglo 

Shotgun 



WlkHMKUIMim 



EMm 



Wisconsin 4-Cyilndor Engine 
Wisconsin 2- Cylinder Engine, 
Air Cooled 



2- 9-24 B-Ply Tiros 

2- 15-32 6-PIy Tiros 

2-12-38 Tires til. Canvass 

Wayne Shallow Well Pump 

7-50 17" Tiros 

Martin 8" Food Mill 

Wood and Coal Kltchon Range 

(White), In Good Condition 
2 - Champion 5-H.P. Outboard 

Motors 
Nlptono Outboard Motor 



AUCJTOWeCrTS NOrTr Merry Pi 
Wrrrmo end rfmioy kjjUjDnj Hit 

rcumcRsr 



■oVennng wuio 




| OTTESEN/MCMULLEN 

Auctioneers 




{©hmi©m ®^m 



TERMS - CASH 



Unkni oinw Amnownente Are Hi 



he Oert D*hx» CUoamg 



Cleric Kittson Federal Credit Union, Kennedy, MN 

LUNCH WILL BE SERVEO 
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS 




Page 18. 



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- The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds ] 



Wanted to Rent 

WANT TO RENT- SmaJ acrwaoaa ol hay 

in— iVm would pntof (ham but wJ pay 
caah. Alto ml da cuttem balaig. piaig 
wdeuOng Call 21B-6bi-:615 *H*p 

Autos, Trailers 

FOfl SALE- 1977 Ctwjvrotor Chovoto 
•rltfi at.. pa., and ilnight 6-cylmdor 
enrjina. Ol 681-6484 aflor 5 p m. D44p 



Autos, Trailers 



FOR SALE 

1989 FORD TEMPO GL 

4-Dr.. 22.000 Ml. Auto., Air. Tilt. 

Pwr. Locki, B*. w/Marocn InUf. 

2tB-964-5673 Evoningi 




CbrndaaUrajOf 

MOTORCYCLE 
BATTERIES 

*Q95 

SortrgAl O 

ALlUPOHaaATTBY.CO. 
Far, II 9 fat IBB PMBifMi, 



IN SALE- 4i4 tBTS Chov.. ruity. flood 

wood or aproy pickup, SaB" wood traitor, 

253-3702. imp 

FOH SALE* 1084 Mazda DM00 pickup, 
nooda aomo ongma work, call 698-4401 

aftor 7 p m. 1M*p 

1S7B CHRYSLER Cordoba. «0d. air. 
a t. p b . n't. BO.000 mioa, J7X.0O. 745- 

4886. F2M4p 

SUPER CAB- 1979 Ford F-150 351. 
■irtt pi p b bit. «r. cruito. tlidmg roar 
window Mutl ton. 218-796-5565 nttor 8 
pm. NM2I5p 



J989 POHT1AC 6000 LE. 4-door. 2.B V- 
""6, UL eruiao. air. itarao tapo. door locks, 
■pllt toatt. and mora, vory good 
con d ton. m ownatr. toasa eat. 55.000 
mlM. reMOnablo. 681-8890. 1t44p 



FOR SALE- 1978 Dodgo D100 1/Z-ion 
pickup, 6-cy6odof. $800 00; doop tnrazo. 

Bovco maka. 20 cubic It, moko on oflor; 

Sardon tillor, Hardworo Hank. 5-h.p., 
250.00; call 222-3562 or 222-3751. 



Autos, Trailers 

FOR SALE- 6H pickup camper wrtn 
ittva, gaaWocBIc r**noMaior. running 
water lurnaea, alio 1979 F-2S0 6- 
cyfrtonr. 4-apood. 85.000 acual m*e«. 
new troa and doth, good running con- 
dition and body. Sold togethor or 
laparotomy, Call 681-6583 at** S pm It 
not homo toaw moaaaga. w«J gat bach 13 
you 39fo 



FOR SALE- 1990 Grand Am. red. 18.000 
mJM. toadod. (9.B00 00. call 681-6688. 
F2l46p 



FOR SALE- 1982 Odi. Oofta 88, Ftoyolo, 
4-door. diaial. dopondablo, oconomlcal, 
681-8268. 2l44p 

1 988 CHEV. Cotobnty. 4«toof , V-6. autt.. 
tilt, crulio. air. powor lock*, powor 
window), (pit Had. 59.000 rrtaci, ei- 
coitont condition, raaionablo. DLFL 681- 

8890. IMJp 

FOR SALE- 1989 Ptymouih Voyagor, oi- 
collont condition. 53,000 mlloi. air. 
cna'ao. AWFM itoroo caatotto. new bkjo 
oWorior, tilvor Intorior. For moro Informa- 
tion call 681-8632. 1t44p 



Autos, Trailers 



iftts TRANS AM OTA. 350, fuel InfjcJod, 
lully loadod. whito with blua Intortor, 
28.000 milea, St3.0O0.0O. 218-425- 
7205. 218-463-2765. NM4tSp 

IBIS CHEV. S-10 pickup, cualom 
whoola, vlaor. lunrool, 62,000 actual 
mdoa. S3.B0O.0O or bolt often alio 1982 
Ford 1/2-ton V-8. au».. pa., 81.000 ac- 
tual miloa. 53.20000 or boit oflor, coll 
681-7380. 5t45c 



FOR SALE- 1975 Mazda pickup, 4- 
cyiindor, 4-apood. uaoa no oil. good 
condtton. S7O0.00. 681-8890. 1l44p 
10W CHEV. Catobriry, 4-door. 4-cyIiodof. 
automatic «lr. cnita, Hit. tpllt aoata and 
morn, ono ownor, loom car, 62.000 high- 
way mao». vory good condition, below 
booh prtcti. DLR. 631-8890. 1l44p 
FOR SALE- 1076 Torino EliW, rebuat 
400, O.C, crulio. pa.; p.b.. no run. 
1850.00, 681-2587 ovoningi. 2l45p 



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JERRY Ofl SCOTT MCKERSON 



Thief Rlvar Fane 



I98S-OLOS. CUTLASS, 10,000 M. 



IBM-FORD ESCORT OT, 28.000 M. 



IBta-FORD FESTtVA, Air 



1M7-OL03 CIERA. 4-Dr.. 52.000 M. 



1M7-POriTlAC 6000, 4-Dr„ 48,000 M. 
19S7-8UICK SOUER3ET, 2-Dr. 



IttlB-OLOa CALAB SUPREME, 20r. 
188B-OLD3. Bb, 4-Of.. 50.000 M. 



198*CHEV. CARAVELLE., 4-0r„ 
«,000 M. 



JBai-OLDS. CUTLASS, Dtoaal. 2-Dr. 



I911-OLD9. DELTA 88, 4-Dr. 



IBTfrFORD UUSTANO, 4-Cyl. 



Autos, Trailers 



FOR SALE- 1985 Dodgo Diplomat 310. 
at. air. tit crulio, AM/FM, groa! (hape, 
13.000.00. 437-841B. NM3t5p 



FOR SALE- Qo cart, facwy frame with 4- 
hp. angina, good ahape. roadv to go, 
$(75.00, B81-S04«ftor0p".m. fl44o 



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1989 FORD 1/2-TON 

"4X4 '• 
. XLT,Myt,4-Sp<f.,Alr.. 
: ■Cnjlw 1 TlB,2S,O0OML 

^ $ 11,495 



1987 BUICK LESABRE 
4-DR. 

V-6. Auto., Air, Crutoo, TIB & 

Moro! 54,000 ML 
WAS 
W»o 



7,995 



1988 PONtTAC 
.. GRAND AM 

- 4-CyL, Auto.. Atr. 
. Cnibe,Tllt 



$ 5,995 



1931 OLDS CUTLASS 
SUPREME 4-DR. 

V-6. 
FuHy Loadodl 

B» NOW 1 ,795 



1983 CHEV. S-10 
EXTENDED CAB 

4-Cyl.. S-Spd., AWFH Cossono 



$ 2,995 



1986 CHEV. 
CELEBRnY4-DR. 

V-B, Aula, Air, Cruito, Tilt 



ONLY 



*3.995 



1986 OLDS. CALAIS 
4-DR. 

4-Cyl., Auto.. Air, 
Cruise, TIN 

ss. ^3,995 



1989 CHEV. 
CELEBRrTY/4-DRT- 

4-Cyl., Auta. Air. Crurw, Tfit 
Power Locks 

w 7,695 



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. 1991P0NTIAC 
SUNBIRDLE 

4^1.. Auto., Air, P.S.. P.B., 
AWFM, 6,500 Ml. 
FUU.Y 
WARRAHTED ' 



$ 9,950 



1983 FORD CROWN 
VICTORIA 

Fully Equipped I 
LUXUHV 

• $1 



$ 3,495 



1983 CHEV. 1/2-TON 
4X4 

62 Diesel, Auto., Air, 

Cruise, TIK 
1 - - 

OWNER 



$ 4,795 



1988 FORD RANGER 
EXT. CAB 4X4 

V-6, Aulo.. Crulso, Till, Caosotlo 



$ 7,695 



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covered mair, itt b>uiiiIcb1, with Iree 
I«ni anil ubon for a loot a you w» 
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labor longer than any othec Thil m 



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$3395 



ENGINE PERFORMANCE TEST 

$1095 sp-$-|2 95 

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Hwy. 1 & 59 West 681-2660 Thiol River Falls 



QUALITY 
USED CARS 



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iMaeHEV.ca£BRITY.4m 



1MB CHEV. tfrTOH 4X4 



19W FORDTAUmBWAOOH 



1MI CLD3. CUTUSS SUPREUE. t-DR. 



IBM FORD ESCORT Glim. 



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1M1 FORD F4M, 4X4 



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' i.ForUenWonrntlonConlic* 

AndanonSrot.M 



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lm\ BROS. 

^^ 66 

USED CARS 
3rd. & Horace 681-3800 
Adolph & Ffineit Anderson 



1MT FORD Falcon Futura,. 2-docf, 200, 
automatic, 84,000 tactual mlloi, mint, 
oorflpTotoly raatorad, $5,400.00. 43S- 
2210. 1t44p 



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REPLACEMENT. ENGINE 




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Hwy. 1 & 59 THE 681-4820 j 



FOR SALE- 1D77 Chov. 4-whool drivs 
pickup, no mat. A-1 ahapo, 745-5533.' 
NM2t5c 

FOR SALE- 1BB3 Thundorblrd, V-6, 
14,180 actual mltea. rod, Ml powor, a.L, 
a/c, tit, endao. you muil tool Showroom 
condlUon. Callettor E p.m., 218-035- 
2164. F2t44p 

BLEU18HED BATTERIES, aavo with 
ovor 5-yoar warranty itortlng at only 
$30.00. Aim Powor Bottory Co,, 681- 
8425, TRF. P7tfo 

FOR SALE • U«od cart end pickup a, alio 
roplacornoni porta and used auto parti 
> from 1050 and up. DeWayno'* Aulo 
Porta, 8 mBe* wott of Strandqulat. MN 
210-478-3638 B a.m.-8 p.m. Mori. Tub*. 
and Wod.; alao locatad 4 mltoi weal ol 
notoou on Hwy. 11. 218-483-3773, 8 
a.m.-5:Xp.m.Mon.-SatNM11-2tfc 

FOR SALE- 1083 Ford F-250 pickup, 
B.0L dotoi, 4-tpood, 4x4, phone 218- 
681-8431. NM3tSp 











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Page 20 



Green Thumb to honor workers 



— \ NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, May 31, 1991 : 



Green Thumb program through 
Bruce Halt at the axte employment 
service and worked two monthi 
under the prograra u » hat was then 
the Ripley Alliance for Battered 
Women, Alness cauicd her to leave 
that job, but for the pan 19 months 
the nai worked 20 noun a week at 
the library, mending boots, arrang- 
ing the daily newspapers, doing 
light cleaning and duuing and help- 
ing out in Other ways. 

Don Beniley is a newcomer to 
the Green Thumb program, having 
worked as a custodian for two 
months at the Red Lake Watershed 
District office at First street and 
Main avenue — the former Carnegie 
Public Library building. 

Don was raised in the Plummer 
area and worked with his father on 
a 440- acre dairy and grain farm. 
He served in the communications 
field with the VS. Air Force from 
1947 to 1930 including 18 months 
in England. 

His 20 hours per week at the 
watershed district office permits 
him lime to also help his wife's 
brother, K. C. Kuznia of Stephen, 
with some of his fanning opera- 
tions. 

Ruby and Don ore only two of 
the approximately 22 workers in 
this area under the program. 
Currently employed Green Thumb 
employee in this area include the 
following: 

Plummer— Lawrence Carpenter 
and Hazel Nabben; 

Brooks— Walter Katschke; 
Oklee— Selmer Christianson, 
Bonnie Ro is land. Myrtle Woods 
and Eioise Snaky, 

Goodridge — Bonnie Johnsnid; 
Grygla— Saave Johnson and 
Gladyco Thoreson; 

Newfolden — Scnora Elseth and 
Alice Lokstad; 

Middle River— Lucille Under- 
dahl: 

Red Lake Falls— Jerome 
Ducharme, Pat Ruth and Mae 
Gjcrstackand 



Truef River Falls— Donald Bent- 
ley, Ruby Ramsey, Gcna Fjeld. 
Rosemary Olson, Myra Ncsland 
and program aide Lorraine Watne. 

James Fay is the area supervisor 
for 11 northwestern Minnesota 
. counties with Melba Moore as pro- 
gram aide at the Job Training office 
inMoorhead. 

Most of the participants in the 
Green Thumb program are econom- 
ically disadvantaged and live in 
rural or suburban areas. The pro- 
gram is sponsored by the National 
Farmers Union which initiated the 
program with federal assistance in 
1965 when 280 participants in four 
states were put into service to beau- 
tifyparks and highways. 

Today. Green Thumb's 18,000 
participants arc increasingly being 
trained for technical, clerical and 
para- professional positions at more 
than 10.0000 local government and 
non-profit agencies. 

Two major goals of the program 
are (I) to improve the social and 
economic condition of older 
Americans by promoting employ- 
ment and training opportunities that 
will ultimately lead to their employ- 
ment off the program, and (2) to 
place people in community service 
jobs that are necessary for.rural 
communities but that often go 
unfilled because of budget or per- 
sonnel shortages. 

The Green Thumb program is a 
senior community service employ- 
ment program (SCSEP) funded by a 
grant from the U.S. Deportment of 
Labor. It is authorized under Title 
V of the Older Americans Act. 

Minnesota, along with Oregon, 
Arkansas and New Jersey, was one 
of the first four states to start the 
program by hiring 70 men to work 
on parks and highways. Early pro- 
jects consisted of tree planting, 
roadside beautiflcation and park 
development. 

After its first year. President 




Ruby Ramsey has been a worker with trie Orean Thumb 
program twice, once for about two months and for the past- 19 
months at the Thief River Falls public library. One of nor duties 
each day Is to place tho library's dairy newspapers on tho racks 
so they are roadlly available and the sections won't be 
separated. She enjoys the work and the contact It gives her 
with other people. 



Lyndon Johnson observed, 'Green 
Thumb contributes to the safety and 
bcuutification of stale highways, 
schools, parks and rural towns — 
and develops new ways to provide 
meaningful public service opportu- 
nities to the elderly in rural areas." 

During its first 25 years in 
Minnesota. Green Thumb has pro- 
vided 4,500 older Minnesotans an 
opportunity to work and be self-suf- 
ficient, to contribute to their com- 
munities and to increase their digni- 
ty and self-esteem. 

"My Job has given me a new 
lease on life." one Green Thumb 



worker fl n'"* "Since I have been 
employed by Green Thumb, I have 
been able to pay my bills and buy 
pills to keep on going." 

With its track record of service 
in the past quarter century, Green 
Thumb apparently will also keep on 
going in its path of assistance to 
older workers. 



Nyflot car wash 
opens with help 
of his friends 

[Continued from Page 1) 
great weather everything went 
excellent". 

Oscar and his wife currently live 
in Lake Bronson, but will be mov- 
ing to Thief River Falls in June. 
They hove three children. Lonnie. 
Cindy and Jeff, and one grandson, 

Tech student 
honored at 
graduation 

(Continued from Page 1) 
"and a member of DECA. 

Thursday night he was to gradu- 
ate from the Technical College avi- 
ation program. Following his grad- 
uation, Geary was to fly to Atlanta 
for an interview with Delta Air- 
lines. At the college, ho was on the 
dean's list and a member of PAMA. 

According to the Journal's report 
of the accident, the car driven by 
Wilcox was stalled in the cast 
bound lane with the car partially on 
the roadway. One of the occupants 
went for help. Gearey had driven 
his pickup to the scene, parking so 
that his truck faced the Wilcox car 
when a car driven by Angela Soger, 
hit the left rear of the stalled car 
and struck Gearey who was stand- 
ing on the driver's side of tho 
Wilcox cor talking to Wilcox. 

Soger's car tipped on its side, 
rolled and landed on its top. 
Wilcox and Soger and a passenger 
escaped with minor Injuries but 



Gearey was pronounced dead at the . 
scene. 

Survivors include his parental 
James and Irene Gearey of PineJ- 
River; a brother Greg, who is »-; 
teacher in Minneapolis; grandpar- 
ents, Carl and Mabel Britton of- 
Bralncrd; Great-grandfather, Victor. 
Gearey of Pine River. ■ ' - 

His father was fire chief at Pino-: 
River for a number of years. John'.' 
had worked at Lakeside Lawn and* 
Landscaping while going to ichooL'- 

Services were nela Monday's-; 
May 27 at Pirn Lutheran church.* 
Tho Rev. Rod Broding officiated'.- ; 
Burial was in tho Pine Ridge Ccmc-~- 
tery. Pine River, 

Agency on aging: 

Northwest Area Agency on~ 



northwest counties of Minnesota;- 
will not meet on June 12 as regular- * 
ly scheduled. 1 * 

The long-range planning sub-; 
committee will meet that day at I> 
p.m. to review the 1991-1992 area* 
plan on aging, develop amendments; 4 
as necessary, consider requests for j 
supplemental funding and review;* 
the 1992 grant funding process. -; 

The Area Agency on Aging is a - 
program of the Northwest Regional ; 
Development commission and- 
funded by the federal Older.; 
Americans act through the Minntx - 
sou Board on Aging. . ; 

Members of the public ore weU . 
come to attend regular meetings" ; 
which usually are held tho second . 
Wednesday of the month at I p.nu - 
in the conference room of tho ; 
NWRDC offices in Thier RlveC • 
Foils. •: 

' For further Information contact. 
Faith Rud at the NWRDC, phono; 
68 1-2637. ;- 



Quality 
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•Brochures •Mailers 
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Friday, June 7. 1991 




Public invited to share in 
42nd annual NW Dairy Day 



Public participation is invited for *»w county; Brenda Bettels, Tern 

n number of events in connection Lynn Somraerreld and Julie 

with the 42nd annual Northwest Crandoll, Mahnomen county; 

Dairy Day in Thief River Falls Collcltc Tjon and Lois Dnhl, 

Tuesday, June 11, according to Norman county; Alison Lundeen 

Howard Person, president of the and Amy Haugcn, Pennington 



ty; Kristi Wichtcrman, Red Lake 
county; and Margaret Poster, 
Roseau county. 

Candidates will attend work- 
shops on self •improvement and 
public presentation at the Beit 



Northwest Dairy Improvement county; Jannn Kiecker, Mclanie western Inn and participate in a 
association, sponsor of this June Rue and Jennifer Olson, Polk coun- get-together at which the judges 



Joe Forberg and his wife Eleanor are tho first husband and wife 
team as American Legion Commander and Auxiliary President 
for Post 117 and auxiliary In Thief River Falls since Bob and 
JoAnn Reeve In 1967. They started their term recently during the 
Installation of new officers at the American Legion club rooms In 
Thief River Falls. 

City council accepts 
construction bids 



Thief River Falls city council 
accepted a bid on 55,120,000 in 
general obligation bonds. The 
bonds are for Improvements to tho 
water treatment plant. 

Last Tuesday night, the city 
council accepted bids and quotes on 
■~ several projects including the water 
treatment plant bonds,- the 1991 
street aWutlliry project, and quotes 
for the removal of contaminated 
soil from the airport 

Tho city council has accepted a 
bid on general obligation bonds 
from a combination of financial 
organizations. The bid for $5.12 



million in bonds was $5,079,040 at 
an annual interest rate of 5.4 per 
cent. Trienetinierestratewoulabe 
5.666 per cent. Bid on the bonds 
came from FBS Investment Ser- 
vices, Inc., PBS Capital Markets 
Group, American, National Bank. 
Dain Bosworth Inc., Norwest 
Investment Services, Piper Jaffray 
and Hopwood Inc., and Moore 
Juran and Co. Inc. 

While the city has received con- 
firmation that it will be the recipi- 
ent of nearly $52 million in a low 
interest loan from FmHA, the pro- 
(Continued on Page 22) 



Hwy 32 project 
in RLF begins 



Dairy Month observance. 

The 17 candidates for Region I 
Northwest Dairy Princess will be 
serving samples of dairy products 
Monday afternoon. June 10, from 1 
to 5:30 p.m. at Northland Poods 
and Hugo's supermarkets in Thief 
River Falls. These girls from dairy 
farms in the 16-county area includ- 
ed in Minnesota American Dairy 
Association Region I will take turns 
at the stores while other candidates 
are being interviewed by the contest 
judges at the Best Western inn. 

*We encourage the public to go 
to the stores Monday afternoon, 
sample the nutritious dairy products 
and meet some of these candi- 
dates," states Mrs. Norma Hanson, 
Goodridge, who choirs the Region I 
ADA committee. 

"We also invite the public to 
Floyd B. Olson park where the 
dairy show is being held for the 
coronation ceremonies of the new 
Region I princess at 12:15 p.m. 
Tuesday, June H." 

Coronation has traditionally 
been the concluding event or Dairy 
Day but is being moved up this 
year to permit more people from. 
_tho busincs5.areato attend ibe^eoro-;^-^ 
nation and visit tho dairy show dur- 
ing their noon dinner break. The 
park Is located on Knight avenue 
between Second and -Third streets 
in downtown Thief River Foils. 

Participating In the coronation 
activities will be Princess Kay of 
the Milky Way, Beth Mcssenbring 
of Cologne, and the 1990-91 
Region I Princess, Michelle 
Anderson of How ley. 

Candidates for the regional 
princess title include the following; 

Kristcn Kivi and Rachel Wenger, 
Becker county; Rachel Nord, 
Beltrami county; Jancll Levering- 
ton, Cass county; Down Erie, Clear- 




Princess Kay of the Milky Way, Both Messenbrtng of Cologne, 
will be a special guest In Thief River Falls during Northwest 
Dairy Day Tuesday, June 11. She will visit the dairy show, 
assist In coronation of tho now Northwest Dairy Prlncoss at 
12:15 p.m. el Floyd B. Olson park end epeak at a morning 
program for princess candidates Tuesday at the Best Westom 
inn. Beth Is a graduate or St. Cloud State University at Marshall 
with a degree In speech communications and Is attending 
graduate school there. She was president ol the speech club 
and concert choir, a TV reporter and anchor, radio disc jockoy 
and member ol tho national epooch loam. She enjoys reading, 
sports and race car driving and hor family has a Holstoln dairy 
herd In Carver county. 



will be present at the Pizza Hut 
Monday evening. 

Winner of the Region I contest 
in Thief River Falls advances to the 
Minnesota Princess Kay of the 
Milky Way competition at the 
Minnesota State Fair this falL She 
also serves as good will representa- 
tive for die dairy industry in the 
region for the coming year. 
Regional Dairy Show 

Additional entries have been 
received in the dairy show to bring 
the total entries to approximately 
125 in all six major dairy breeds — 
Holitein, Guernsey, Jersey, Brown 
Swiss, Ayrshire and Milking Short- 
hern, according to Person. 

The show u being planned for 
the Floyd B. Olson park location in 
downtown Thief River Falls. In the 
event of rain early in the day the 
show will be moved to the curling 
club building at the Pennington 
county fairgrounds. Cattle will 
begin arriving by 7 ajn. for wash- 
up in the area west of the old arena 
on Knight avenue. 

Officially opening the show will 
be a showmanship demonstration 
by Nancy Geske of Thief River 
Falls. She is filling in for last year's 
senior showmanship champion, 
Cory Bill berg of Roseau, and 
reserve champion, Tracy Veslcdahl 
of Winger, both of whom have 
completed their age eligibility and 
are not entered in the show this 
year. 

Immediately following the 
shownianship demonstration, judg- 
ing will begin in the junior and 
senior showmanship classes. 
Judges this year will be Linda 
Hanson of Goodridge and Conrad 
Kvamme of Liulc Falls. Judging of 
the dairy show will begin about 
10:30 ajn. 

Free helium-filled balloons for 
the youngsters will be provided by 
Minnesota ADA (balloons) and 
Hardee's (helium) and free ice 
cream cones will be served courtesy 
of Norwest Bank. The ADA milk 
stand will also serve all the milk 
you can drink for 25 cents. 
(Continued on Page 22) 



Work on Highway 32 through 

Red Lake Falls began last Monday. 

' Motorists arc asked to be alert far 

detours and construction workers if 

i they plan to drivo through the area. 

Work began on a two-mile major 
reconstruction project on ^Highway 
32 in the city of Red Lake Falls, 
according to Richard Bergland, 
project engineer for the Minnesota 
department of transportation in 
Thief River Falls. 

Bergland said that the contractor 
began by replacing the storm sewer, 
sanitary sewers and watermains 
then will move on to the curb and 
gutter, grading and resurfacing. 
The project should be completed by 
the end of this construction season. 

At all times there will be numer- 



ous short detours on surfaced 
streets for cor traffic through the 
city. Truck traffic will be dctoured 
on County roads 1 and 12 and 
Highway 92 for no more than 20 
days. 

County State Aid Highway 33 
will be rebuilt on this project to 
servo as a detour for the south end 
of tho project rather than construct- 
ing a temporary bypass. The state 
entered into a cooperative agree- 
ment with the county and shared in 
tho cost of construcung this road. 

Christiansen Independent Devel- 
opers Inc. from Bemidji Is the 
prime contractor on the 53315,467 
project. John Bcsscrud from Thief 
River Falls is the Minnesota depart- 
ment of transportation inspector for 
this project. 



State dismisses discrimination case 



Following on investigation into 
allegations of sex discrimination at 
Arctco by a former employee, the 
Commissioner of the Minnesota 
Department of Human Rights has 
dismissed the charge. 

Monday, the Minnesota depart- 
ment of Human Rights dismissed 
charges of discrimination filed by 
Cheryl Boroos of Badger. Boroos, 
who was on employee at Arctco 
from April 20. 1989 to July 19, 
1990, as a welder charged that she 
was subject to discriminatory treat- 
ment. Her claim, which was filed 
on December 19, 1990, includes the 
following but is not limited to: the 



foreman made frequent derogatory 
comments; she was placed on less 
desirable welding Jobs while less 
senior mole employees were 
assigned to welding jobs with more 
responsibility; less senior tnplc 
employees were retained in weld- 
ing positions while she was forced 
to take another position on the line 
with a. cut in pay; she made several 
complaints about her treatment but 
harassment continued; her employ- 
ment was terminated because of 
constant harassment, that her sex 
was a factor in Arctco's actions as 
she was the only female welder, 
and that she was denied money that 



she was to have received through 
the pension plan. 

Boroos also filed discrimination 
charges against Polaris Industries in 
Roseau, and Marvin Windows in 
Warroad. 

Arctco officially denied each 
allegation of discrimination by 
Boroos. In addition, Arctco 
claimed that Boroos expressed hos- 
tility toward her leadpersons, and 
claimed there were a number of 
problems with her performance and 
behavior while she was employed 
at Arctco including the following: 
she complained continuously, 
requested cosy jobs like spot weld- 



ing, was not a good welder, refused 
to follow company policies, used 
foul language and abusive behavior 
toward co-workers, demanded and 
expected preferential treatment. 
Arctco further alleged that it spent 
time with her trying to find out 
what her problems were, that she 
quit voluntarily, and that she never 
made a complaint of derogatory 
comments about females to anyone 
at Arctco. 

According to the findings issued 

by the Minnesota deportment of 

Human Rights .the investigation 

results show that Arctco did in fact 

(Continued on Page 22) 



TRF, Goodridge delegates leave for Girls State 



Three delegates lo Girls State from Lincoln high school in Thiol 
River Fells and Goodridge high school will leave Sunday, June 9, to 
attend the American Legion auxiliary sponsored Girls Slate program 
at Bethel College in Si Paul. The delegatos aro sponsored by Unit 
117 ol the American Legion auxiliary In Thiol River Falls. Delegates 



selected are Gayte Rhineberger, daughter of Steven and Karen 
Rhlneberger, Thiol Rh/er Falls; Stephanie VTgen, daughter of LeRoy 
and Madelyn Vlgen, Thief River Falls; and Jack! Klesow, daughter of 
Lawrence and Irene Klesow, Goodridge. Llnnea Dimlch, daughter ol 
Dr. Thomas and Judy Dlmich, Is first alternate from Thief River Falls 



and Kym Pelers, daughter of Glen and Del Peters, is second alter- 
nate. Alternate at Goodridge Is Nicole Paulson, daughter ol David 
and Diane Paulson. Girts State is a learning program In government 
and citizenship sponsored stale-wide by the Minnesota Department 
of the American Legion auxiliary. 




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Friday, June 7, 1991 



larasttr Mom Doyi 
nt for Jut 22 

Lancwtw— Thaljpanef 

wet io annual BaJJoonDiyi Tor 
June 22. There will be free 
pop wd popcorn aad Erces bal- 
boos for the children. Many 
boslncuei plan to live dis- 
counts oo porchaset by break- 
rngibtHooo, (Kittson County 



t IKslofkoJ 
sodoty Mts oword 

Baglay — The Clewwaier 
Coonty historical aociety has 
received official notificatMn of 
a ConaervalioQ Astetimcnt 
program .award from the 
National faf <**" for the Coo- 
accr ari oa of Cntoral Property. 
The award of $4,989 wiD mp- 
port vMtsby two conservation 
profcaalonala, Jeanne, comer* 
Tatar with Art Conservation 
Service* in Denver, and 
Richard Prank Whiteman, an 
architect from Dumth. Their 
reporta will mist the aodty in 
doveloping'priorities tin an 

ration. o( the collection. 




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Around The Region 

by Donna Myhrer 



Art hAo Pork doted 
- forJMo15 

V Crookitos — Nearly 60 
Hliata m expected to partici- 

Kin this yeart An in tbo 
on Jfone 15 at the campus 
of dielAtivcndtyof Hinneaota, 
Crooktioo. Artists will attend 
from Minnesota, North and 
' Sootb Dakota and Wisconsin. 

-view and porchase art works 
■ between 9 ajn. and 4 pan. on 
the campns mall. Tbo Plain 
people will entertain. (Crook- 
.atta Dairy Times) 



Countdown bos begoa for 
lOOtttonnhrersaryoI 
Nonra comty ft* 

Norman Connry — Final 
preparations for the 96th anou- 
al Narman coonty fair at the 
end of June. Win this event, 
the fair board is teginnhuihe 
countdown to the fair's fiXXh 
year by offering limited edition 
collector belt buckles, which 
will.be available for the next 
five years. A total of 250 
bocklct are betag made. Cost 
is $20. (Norman County 
Index) 

Gnrfiofl pays taw 
nm s trroMOOS 
$4,500 pkw-ba 

Grafton, ND — A Grafton 
law firm will receive reim- 
bursement for a $4,500 city 
plonebUlit encountered doe to 
an accounting error by a 
national telephone company, 
The Dahl, OreenageJ7<-Drne 
and Petersen law firm sobrrrH-^ 
ted a bill for $4,566.44 to the 
Ways and Means committee 
requesting reimbursement for 
six of the 10 tens it was inad- 
vertently billed by AT&T for 
the city* leased phone equip- 
ment at tbo Walsh county law 
eoforccment center m Grafton. 
The state's six-year statute of 
limitations prohibits the law 
firm from collecting for the 
entire period they were billed 

(Record) 



Rod Lake Fdb to 
fight mosquitoes 

Red Lake FaBs — With the 
recent rains, the city of Red 
Lake Falls knows it will be just 
a matter of time before the 
mosquito invades Red Lake 
Faus and the city will bo ready. 
There are presently plans to 
using aerial spraying and citi- 
zens are asked to stay informed 
about spraying times by listen- 
ing to the radio and watching 
Channel 3. (Gazette) 

WHd Rice festival 
soebperadeoBtrios 

Kelliber — It is time once 



for the Kelliber/ri 
Rive festival which will be 
held July 12-14. Entries for 
the parade on the 14th are 
presently being sought in com- 
mercial, non-commercial, 
humorous and queen cate- 
gories. For more information 
or to register for the parade, 
contact Wes and Janice FrenzcJ 
at 647-8474. (American) 

OUmJLTS team whs 
natfoaoJ reagnftfoii 

Oklee — The Otlee Junior 
Engine ering Technical society 
(JETS) team has placed eighth 
In Division I school in the 
nation. The team placed first 
in the stato of Minnesota for 
schools graduating to 40 stu- 
dents. There were 21 schools 
competing in the division. 
(Oklee Herald) 



Tnovnads of lottery 
Hckttj stolen ot Hofstad 

Halstad — A break-in at 
the Power House lounge in 
Halstad last week resulted In 
the theft of thousands of lottery 
tickets. Norman county Sheriff 
Larry Miller reported that 
Items taken in the crime 
included approximately 2,700 
Minnesota lottery tickets and 
five or six cartons of cigarettes. 
The burglary was committed 
with entry mado by prying 
open a door. Miller noted that 
tomo of the winning tickets 
have been redeemed and the 
cue is under investigation. 
(Norman County Index) 

VTW Post welcomes 
first femoh nswnber 

Crookston — Denlse 
Desplenter is the first woman 
to join Veterans of Foreign 
Wars Post 1902 in Crookstoo. 
She and her brother, Michael, 
both veterans of the Gulf War, 
last week became lifetime 
members of the post. She 
received her membership card 
from Post Commander Bob 
Young and was welcomed by 
Richie Simmons, senior vice 
commander and membership 
chairman for Ninth District 
VFW. Desplenter said she and 
her brother joined the Crook- - 
stoo post at the urging of their 
father, who is a Vietnam veter- 
an. (Crookston Daily .Times) 

rotor* bo wCng alley 
plans on hold 

Warroad — Plans for a 
now bowling alley hit a snag 
recently when Warroad city 
council deadlocked over 
whether to send a rezoning 
matter back to the planning 
commission for their recom- 
mendation. The proposed 
bowling alley, which will be 
located behind Super America 
and Super 8, will be owned by 
Dennis DorbolL (Warroad 
Pioneer) 



Solheim retires as 
NCC counselor 
after 22 years here 



Retiring as counselor after 22 
years of service at Northland Com- 
munity college in Thief River Falls, 
Sverre Solheim received a standing 
ovation as he attended his hut grad- 
uation ceremony as a faculty mem- 
ber Thursday. May 30. 

Solheim first come to Northland 
in 1969 and was employed as a 
half-time music instructor and half- 
time counselor. He became NCCs 
first full-time counselor In 1971 
when full-time enrollment was 343 
students. This year full-time 
enrollment is only a handful of stu- 
dents short of 600. 

Prior to coming to Thief River 
Falls. Solheim taught music in high 
schools at Bode, 1A, for four years. 
Wabasso for four years and Danube 
for eight years. He holds a 
Bachelor of Music Education 
degree from Drake University and a 
master's degree in counseling from 
Mankato State University. 

About his experiences at North- 
land Solheim said. "I wouldn't have 
changed a thing. Working at NCC 
has been a most positive and 
enriching learning experience for 
me. The friendships my wife and I 
have made over the years will be 
carried with us forever, I would 
like to thank everyone for the kind- 
nesses I have received through the 
Sears and especially for the past 
ew months." 

Solheim was selected to receive 
the NCC Faculty Member of the 
Year award for the 1990-91 school 
year. 

In addition to his work at the 
college, Solheim has been ocdve in 
volunteer work In the church and 
community. He was president of 
the local Lions club and District 
Governor of that organization, a 
member of the Thief River Falls 
Concert association board and char- 
ter member of the board of the 
Thief River Foils Community Arts 
council. 




Sverre Solheim 

Sverre served on the board of 
what is now the Little Brother/Little 
Sister program, was president of the 
Eagles Aerie and chairman of the 
Eagles board of trustees. He was 
president of his church council, 
choir director at Trinity and later 
Redeemer Lutheran church for 20 
years and directed tho city bond for 
three years. 

Svcrre's wife Beverly has 
worked us a personal banker at 
Northern State bank for the post 22 
years. They plan to move to Red 
Wing in the near future. 

"Northland faculty, stuff and stu- 
dents, along with the community of 
Thief River Falls, wish Sverre and 
Beverly a happy retirement," stated 
Knty Henke, director of college 
relations. "They will be missed." 




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— ^DEATHS I 

Margaret 
. Heltne, 83 

Greenbnsb — Margaret "Marge" 

Heltne. 83, died June 6 In Green- 

bush. 

Puncnl services will be held June 

■ 8 at 10 ijtj. it the Bleucd Sicra- 

" ment Cubotic church in Grcenbuth. 

Tho Collini Funeril Home of 

" Orcenbuih Is in charge or arrange- 

- menu. 

Visitation will be held Friday 
after 5 p-tn, with a 7:30 pjn. prayer 
service al tho Collins Funeral chapel 
inGreenbush. 

A complete obituary will be 
primed in a later edition of the 
. Times. 



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previous owner - as a home on January 2, 1991, you can reduce the amount of 
property lax you will pay on your home in 1992 by applying to have the property 
classified as a homestead. 

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homestead, contact your county assessor in Warren at (218) 745-5331 or your 
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YOU MUST APPLY BEFORE JUNE IS, 1991 



Gerry DeHaan 
Pennington County Assessor 



Bob Hansen 
Marshall County Assessor 



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remlmu people who make cstimni- 
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div. June 17. 

IThe payment should be sent to 
the IRS along with the second quar- 
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properly credited to your account, 
the IRS asks that you write your 
social security number and the 
words, "1991 Form 1040ES" on the 
check. 

If you're not sure whether you 
should be making these quarterly 
payments, the IRS suggests first 
checking your 1990 return. If the 
return snows a balance due of at 



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financial situation to stay pre I ty 
much the same during 1991, then 
you probably shoulube making 
these payments. Moonlighters and 
two-wogc-camer households should 
also consider making estimates. 
The some goes for people who 
receive significant income on 
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alimony, interest, dividends, capital 
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estimated tax payments and, if so. 
how much. To get this form, call 
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NORTHERN WATCH 



Opinions 



Marvin Lundln 
Editor 

Editorial opinion published on this page, whether his own and not necessarily those of other staff 
locally written or re-printed from other sources is members. Opinions expressed in items from other 
intended to stimulate tninidng and discussion among publications may be contradictory to the editor's own 
our readers. Opinions expressed by the editor are views but are offered for their general interest 



Quality Comes To The 
Fore 

77)050 who gathered 42 years ago to 
organize and conduct the first Northwest 
■Dairy Day In Thief River Falls would 
'notice amazing changes In the cattle 
■which are being shown at the event more 
.than 10 decades later. And they would 
be extremely pleased In one aspect of the 
show while being disappointed In another. 
The disappointment would be In the 
number of young dairy farm people who 
.are taking part in the annual northwestern 
Minnesota dairy show. There are fewer 
dairy herds each year and they are being 
.operated by dairymen who are growing 
older and no longer have children of 4-H 
dub age. 

Organizers of Northwest Dairy Day 
.envisioned a growing dairy industry in 
[these counties of the state and expected 
the local creameries which served the 
farmers to benefit from the dairying 
emphasis. And who knows, that 
emphasis may have helped and could 
have stowed the tide which resulted In 
local cooperative creameries merging or 
dissolving. 

Dairying is still alive and well In 
northwestern Minnesota, but on a smaller 
number scale than in the past. Only 
farmers with a genuine interest In cattle 
and developing their production have 
stayed In the business or followed their 
parents In dairying, making the personal 
sacrifices that are necessary to devote so 
much time and labor to caring for the 
'herd. 

'■■ What has been tost in- quantity, 
however, has been made up for In quality, 
as those Dairy Day originators would see 
ffthey were to visit the 42nd annual event 
in Thief River Falls Tuesday, June 11. 
•The evidence Is in the Dairy Herd 
improvement association (DHIA) reports 
which are provided to us each month and 
the overall appearance of the cows and 
calves which are brought- to the Dairy 
Day show ring each June. 

Dairymen are culling their herds 
better, using better sires to improve both 
type and production, Improving their 
feeding practices and playing closer 
attention to herd health and reproduction. 
~^^We have noted before that the Top of 
the Nation dairy sale which was held In 
Thief River Falls for a few years had 
minimum production qualifications of 450 
pounds of butterfat for grade animals and 
500 pounds for registered cows. Today 
650-pound-plus herd averages are not 
uncommon and 1,000-pound individual 
producers have shown up In a number of 
herds. 

Like cream on whole milk, quality 
comes to the top in the dairy business. A 
lot of that quality will be on display 
Tuesday at Northwest Dairy Day. Come 
on down to Floyd B. Olson park and see 
what dairy farmers have been doing the 
last 42 years. 

Mistakes Still Happen 

As we try to work our way through the 
transition from two Issues of the Times 
and one of the Shopper's Guide to one 
issue of the Times and one of the new 
'Northern Watch per week, we are also 
attempting changes internally which 
Involve switching from manual tasks to 
greater reliance on computer make-up. 



Because that switching involves a 
number of people who have different 
tasks, we havent perfected the system to 
avoid a few glitches. That is why our 
edition last Friday had the same photo 
run twice while the story that was to 
accompany it didnt run at all; and why 
the first part of a feature article on themes 
about grandparents In the Tuesday issue 
apparently went to computer heaven. 

We apologize for the errors and 
especially to the people Involved in the 
photos and stories mentioned. For sixth 
grader Katie Kraemer, whose first place 
essay on her grandparents disappeared 
during front page make-up Tuesday, we 
would like to make amends by publishing 
her quality work as follows: 

Grandpa and Grandma Kraemer 
by Katie Kraemer 

My grandma, Anne Kraemer, was 
born and grew up on a farm In Excel 
township, five miles north of Thief River 
Falls In Marshall county. 

She attended school In Loftness for 
eight years. She also graduated from 
Lincoln high school in Thief River Falls. 

This gangly, long-legged towhead 
liked to sing, speak in public and be in 
plays. Now- this skinny, long-legged, 
gray-haired person likes to make quilts, 
work on her flowers and yard work, and 
yell at grandpa. 

When my grandma was 21 all she 

had to do to get her driver's license In 
'.. 1944. was. to go to the court hgOse-jind 
: pay 25~cents knowing absolutely: nothing 

about driving. 

My grandpa, Robert Kraemer was 
bom on August 22, 1922. He was bom 
on the Barzen farm in Thief River Falls. 
The Barzen farm used to be where Dig!- 
Key and Arctco are now located. He was 
a farmer and lived on a farni, now known 
as the Mike Kraemer farm. He walked to 
school two miles through snow because 
roads were not plowed. My grandpa 
remembers when snow removal was 
done In Thief River Falls by three men 
shoveling the snow off and on a sleigh on 
racks pulled by a4eam of horses. 

Back then, they didn't have much 
refrigeration, so they used ice boxes. 
You could buy a big chunk of ice for 50 
cents from O'Hara Fuel. The ice would 
last a couple of days or so before the 
truck would come back again. The Ice 
was stored up In the winter time In big 
sheds under sawdust or whatever 
Insulation they had to preserve it. The 
next winter they would fill the sheds 
again. 

My grandpa likes to fish, farm, plant 
gardens and buy from auction sales. 
With all his purchases he will soon have 
an auction sale of his own! 

Both my grandpa and grandma enjoy 
traveling. They have been to Hawaii, 
Alaska, Mexico, the New England states 
and Southwestern states. They both 
enjoy their 15 grandchildren and their six 
children of their own coming to visit them. 

This is why my grandparents are so 
very special to me. They are the most 
interesting, unique people In the world 
because they have so much wisdom and 
great personalities. I love them dearly. I 
will always have a special place for them 
9 in my heart. 



Northern Watch Policies 



Letters to the editor: The staff of the Northern 
Watch encourages written responses to editorial 
comment or letters with original thoughts or ideas of ' 
general interest. Letters should be intended for 
publication in Northern Watch exclusively; letters 
sent to multiple publications will generally not be 
accepted. Right is reserved to edit letters for length 
and clarity and to reject letters deemed to be 
pronntional in nature or in poor taste. 

Letters Must Be Signed: All letters must be 
signed and contain an address or phone number of 
the writer so authenticity can be verified. 
Signatures must appear on tetters published. The 
staff believes that there is greater credibility in 



letters signed in print and will not withhold names of 
writers from publication. 

Responses Invited: Letters critical of 
individuals or other entities may be shown to those 
individuals or representatives of those entities in 
advance of publication with an invitation by the 
newspaper staff for response in the same issue as the 
original letter. 

Corrections: If an .error is made in news or 
advertising publication, the staff encourages readers 
to call it to our imrTii-rfi»Ti» attention by calling 681- 
4450. We will attempt to correct the error or clarify 
the misunderstanding fn the next issue. 




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is formulating laws regarding the quality, 
treatment and distribution of botded water. 

Grocery store dispensed water is a new 
concept, it has grown rapidly and is mostly 
unregulated. Although dispensers are inspected, 
there arc sull many health concerns related to 
sanitation at the dispenser. Dispensed water may 
come dirccdy from the local municipal supply, it 
may be filtered or 

There are still many *%£££" 

health COnCemS Ask the store manager 

related to sanitation SSZESr 

often its tested 
When carrying water or refilling containers at 
the store, be sure that the containers arc well 
washed with hot, sudsy water and arc disinfected 
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With the kids home all day u"» a 
good Idea lo have tome icmlble 
snack foods around. A Irony cold, 
Douriihing drink with thai mack 
makei a special trcaL 

ThU tnack liiIiki *heai germ, 
u well u other good ihingi, and the 
kjdi will love it 

Popcorn and Fruit Nlbblcr 
I 1/2 quoni air-popped popcorn 
1 cup wheat germ 
1/4 cup scume seeds 
1/4 cup light com lyrup 
1/4 cup honey 
3 Ublespooni vegetable oil 
6 ounce package diced dried mixed 
fruil (1 1/3 cupj) 
Heat oven to 300 degrcei. Line 
10x15 inch pan with foil. 

Combine all ingredient! except 
fruit, mixing lightly, until popcorn ti 
evenly coated. Spread evenly in pre- 
pared pan. 

Bake 35-40 minutes, stirring 
every 10 minutes, umil dark golden 
brown. Stir in fruit and coof com- 
pletely on wire rack. 

Break Into pieces when cool and 
store in tightly covered dish in 
refrigerator. 

Each 3/4 cup serving contains 
260 calorics, 4 1 g carbohydrate, 6tt 
protein, 9 g fat, IS mg sodium, 
mg cholesterol, 3 g dietary fiber and 
31% of calorics from fat. 

I see peaches are in the stores 
now. Here's one 'peachy" drink you 
can moke with them: 

Peach Sunrlsers 
2 cups orange juice 
2 fresh pcticncs, sliced 
1 cup plain, low -fat yogurt 
' 6 ice cubes 
2-3 tablespoons cronbeny juice 
concentrate 




Combine orange juice, peaches, 
yogurt and Ice cubes in Slender. 
Whirl until thick and smooth. Pour 
over ice cubes in a tall gloss and 

Sur cranberry juice concentrate tn 
' a layered effect. (Recipe serves 6 
{1 cup each). 

This ii a sweet treat for sucking, 
chock full of everything that kids 
(and adults) love to cat. Try other 
cereals for variety: 

Super Snack Mix 
1/4 cup margarine or butler 
1/3 cup creamy peanut butter 

2 tablespoons firmly packed brown 
sugar 

3 cup crispy wheat cereal squares 
2 cups crispy wheat or corn cereal 

squares 
2 cups thin pretzels, broken in half 
2 cup color-coated chocolate 

candies (M&Ms or other) 

Melt margarine, peanut butter 
and brown sugar together over 
medium heat (or in microwave). 

Combine cereal) and add to 
peanut butter mixture, coating thor- 
"■ jghly. 



Spread in 10x13 inch pan and 
bake at 300 degrees for about 43 
minutes, stirring every 15 minutes. 
Cool completely and then add pret- 
zels and candy, mixing well. (Nukes 
8 cups.) 

Use raspberries or strawberries to 
make another creamy drink; this one 
Is made with frozen yogurt for a 
resty taste: 

Berrr Good Mirk Shake 
1 cup raspberries or strawberries 
1 cup vanilla frozen yogurt 
1 cup milk 
6 ice cubes 
1 teaspoon vanilla or 1/4 teaspoon 

almond extract 

Combine ingredients and puree 
in blender until ice cubes are com- 
pletely crushed. (Serves 3.) 

One more "berry' drink idea for 
those hot summer dayr. this one is 
so quick and easy you'll wonder 
why you didn't think of it before: 

New England Blush Tea 
1 tablespoon instant tea powder 



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trnj drink m tall. I Z -ounce or lara- 
ti clait and mr unlit dmolvcd. 
Gent!> mr in gmr.fr ale and then 
aJJk-c. 

Vie any type of cereal for these 
flavor- filled snacks; the tangy spices 
make them a hit with everyone. 
They arc especially good when 
icrved with the frosty beverages 



Nibbles 

S cups dry cereal (circles, squares, 
puffed, flake or what have you - 
use a mixture) 
2 cups pretzel sticks, broken in half 
1 cup peanuts or other nuts 
1/3 cup margarine 
4 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce 
1 teaspoon celery flakes 
1 teaspoon onion powder 
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 

Combine cereals with pretzels 
and peanuts. 

Melt margarine and add Worces- 
tershire and seasonings. Toss with 
cereal mixture. 

Bake In shallow pan at 275 
degrees Tor about I hour, stirring 
every 10 minutes. (Makes S cups.) 

Each cup contains 296 calorics, 
7.9 g protein, 17.5 g total (at, 2J g 
saturated fat, 5.1 g polyunsaturated 
fat, 7.6 g monounsaturaied tat; mg 
cholesterol, 27 g carbohydrates, 
33.8 mg. calcium, 173 mg potassi- 
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LHS marching band begins its summer marching schedule 

. ,_ N 'j 1 _ e . t y". nln ? memo"? of the _ Felt said that street practice to- the band Is marehinit. "The onlv j» n . ■>%• fimnd R« 



Ninety-nine members of tho 
Lincoln high school marching band 
have begun their summer schedule 
of rehearsals with performances 
planned at seven parades and the 
Thief River Falls Elks Hag Day 



Practice sessions have been held 
indoors during (he past week, 
according to Bruce Felt. -director. 
The band will take to the streets 
starting Tuesday, June 1 1 , from 8 to 
lOajn. 



Felt said that street practice ses- 
sions will be conducted Tuesday, 
Wednesday and Thursday, June II, 
12 and 13, and thereafter each 
Tuesday and Thursday morning. A 
number of areas of town will be 
used for the rehearsals, but the band 
will headquarter at Washington ele- 
mentary school and much of the 
activity will beta that general area. 

Felt asked tho ccoperaxion of the 
public during the rehearsals, includ- 
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way to get experience marching is 
to march." the director sold, "and 
we are concerned for the safety of 
the students when they are on the 
streets. Extra caution by drivers 
will be greatly appreciated." 

First public appearance for tho 
band will be Friday, June I4, when 
the Elks Lodge conducts its annual 
Flog Day program at 5 pjn. at Elks 
Pane near the Third Street bridge. 

Other appearances will include 
parades in Long Prairie, June 19; 
Fergus Falls. Juno 22; Si Hilaire, 



June 23; Grand Rapids, Juno 29; 
Detroit Lakes, July 21; Glenwood, 
July 28; and Thfef River Falls, 
August 3. 

"We will be in competition at all 
of the parades except Thief River 
Falls and St, Hilaire." Felt said. 
"There will be 14 bands competing 
at Long Prairie and 17 at Grand 
Rapids. At Thief River Falls there 
Is no competition because most of 
the high school bands do not meet 
after late July." 

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Friday, June 7, 1991 



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Smith Family to 
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Craig Smith and the Smiih fami- 
ly. Chippewa/Navajo Indian! from 
[he Loch Lake Indian reservation, 
will be ministering In music and -. 
preaching at the Grygla city park on U 
Saturday, June 8, at 7:30 p.m. In the fcj 
case ol rain, the concert will be 
held at the Grygla school gymnari- 

Rev. Craig Smith is a national 
evangelist for the Christian and 
Missionary Alliance. The Smith 
family bring to the service a wide 
range of ministry experience, 
including ten yean in music and 
evangelism, and church planting 
and pastoring for on additional six 
yean. Craig Smith also spent four 
years as national director for Indian 
ministries for C&MA prior to his 
appointment as an evangelist. 




The American Legion Auxiliary recently held 
new officer Installation for the 1991-92 term. 
Seated from left to right are Marilyn Winters, 
Installing officer and executive board; Eleanor 
Forberg, president; Sharon Odegaard, past 
The Grygla-Gatzke-Skimc area president and executive board; Annabelle 
blood drive will be held Monday, Cuppatt, first vice president; and Debbie 



Grygla blood drive 
scheduled June 24 



Norfay, sergeant at arms. Standing from left to 
tight are Donna Poole, chaplain and executive 
board; Eileen Horejsh, second vice president; 
Karen Fredrlckson, secretary; Gloria Lee, trea- 
surer; and Lavonne Haraldson, historian. Not 
pictured Is Kay Tesch, sergeant at arms. 



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NORTHERN WATCH 



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The Times 



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NORTHKUN WATCH 



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Fifty-four students « Goodndge 

high Kbool gained placement on 
(ho fourth quitter hoQor roll, 
■cavtUng to information received 
bom the office of Gordon Henrick- 
son, principaL The lis included 28 
'A' honor students and 26 on the "B' 
honors list 

Honor roll students by classes 
Include the following: 

Grid! 12: A— Sooya Graven. 
Kristin Dtblcn, Tom Plttroin, 
Melissa Pittman. Cally Wilson and 
Suae Crowell. B— Susie Sjulestsd, 
Lyle Miller, Karla Quam, Rhonda 
Srnsky and Angie Norby; 

Grade 11: A— Jack! Klesow, 
Jennifer Kotrba, Succy Dahlen, 
Rynae Haugeo. Nicole Paulson, 
Willie Vetlleson, Nathan Ucdbcrg 
and Jeremy Johnson; B — Dale 
Maoderud, Shane Vctueson and 



^GradMO: A-Andy Dahlen; 
o— Jcnnl Ryan and Glen Limesand 
Jr.; 

Grade 9: A— Eldon Quam; B— 
Mike Arvcion. Travis Kotrba, 
Jason Kooba and Kristy Johnson: 

Grade «: A— Kari Nelson. Leah 
Vigen. Laura Vetlleson. Shannon 
Sjulesud. Amy Jo Pi uman. Aaron 
Miller and Anthony Kasia;. 
B— Steven Bryl. Bryce Marquis. 
Chris Bjerilie, Jennifer Johnson. 
Steve Grosz. Amber WUkcns Jodi 
Manderud, Aaron Hyland and Ryan 
Kriel; 

Gride 7: A— Courtney Vraa, 
Andrea Pittman. John Gallagher Jr., 
Mandy Brandt and Jamie Brandt; 
B— Jeremiah Vad. Erica Marquis 
and Deanna Kotrba. 



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if your income is as follows: Fami- 
ly of one— 511.618. Please add 
$3559 for each additional member. 
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assistance program is on equal 
opportunity program. Any discrimi- 
nation should be reported to the 



Tri- Valley opportunity council 
will distribute USDA commodities 
at the community center in New* 
foldcn on June 21, from noon to 
onepjn. 

Minnesota residents may apply 
for and receive commodities at the 
distribution. 

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ACTIVITIES 

Father's Day 

Father's Day is a great time for 
children to honor Dad. Many child- 

' ren need help to prepare for this 
time. To do this we need to help the 
child focus on Dad, his likes, what 
he docs. To do this, it is fun to 
make a "Dad Book." Simply get 
blank sheets of paper and staple 
them together to form a book. Then 
let the child draw a picture of Dad 

' or find one to cut and paste from a 
catalog or magazine. The next page 

■ can havo pictures of things Dad 

: likes and next, things he dislikes. 

• The last page can bo a picture of 
what Dad does. For a child this 

- may be different from what an adult 
sees. For example this page could 
. bo Dad mowing the lawn or fishing 
instead of his professional job. This 
little book may also be a wonderful 
gift from child to father. 

. (Contributed by Discovery Place 
■ child care center.) 

SCAVENGER HUNT 

For next week's Activities fea- 
ture, you will need paper and 
crayons. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Father's Day will soon be here 
and tho Thief River Falls public 
library recommends the following 
books: 

Greenfield, Etolse. Grandpa's 
Face. Tamika's grandfather is an 
actor and Tttmika learns the differ- 
ence between reality and fantasy 
when she deals with the differences 
in her grandfather on-stage and off. 

Yolen, Jane. Owl Moon. On a 
winter's night under a full moon, a 
father ana daughter trek into tho 
woods to see tho great horned owL 

VIDEO VARIETY 

: Choosing toe Best .Children's , 
Videos. Produced r/y:thc American, 
Library association and hosted by ' 
Christopher Reeve, this video offers 

• expert guidance on how to sort 

• through tho myriad of children's 
; videos on the market 



PARENTING TIPS 
Fathers and Children 

Regardless of their personal stylo 
or upbringing, most fathers are gen- 
uinely interested in having a good 
relationship with their children. 
However, a father may not know 
how to go about developing a good 
relationship because his father may 
not havo been a good role model or 
he may think that good relationships 
just automatically happen because 
you are a father (and that is not 
true). 

In past generations men were not 
expected to be involved with their 
children or to be affectionate. So 
fathers today may not know how to 
go about developing this relation- 
ship. Yet with commitment and 
deliberate effort, it can be done. 
The first step is to be involved. 
Involvement starts with watching 
and listening. See what you can 
learn from your child on a daily 
basis. What interests him/her, what 
can he/she do, what cant he/she do. 
Learn all you can about your child. 

Even fathers who do not live with 
their children can do this. Of course 
daily interaction is best But if this 
is not possible then call or write as 
often as you can. Many short inter- 
actions arc better than one long one 
'for a young child. When you are 
together use the above guidelines. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
of School District 564.) 

SOMETHING TO TALK 

ABOUT 

First watch to see what your child' 
is doing. Then talk about and ask 
questions about his/her activity. 
When asking your child a question 
during play, ask a question thatyou 
do not know the answer to. This 
should stimulate more conversation. 




Page 13 



Blaine Parish, Chris Ellison and Troy Coitom 
shared a moment during the first reunion of 
the Lincoln high school class ol 1991. The 
afrer-graduatfon party was held at the Elks 
Lodge In Thief River Falls to promote a safe 



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tu well as entertaining evening for the gradu- 
ates. Free non-alcoholic drinks were provided, 
along with many prizes that were given ouraJJ 
evening long. 



History group at Warren has May meeting 



Discussion of the county fair and 
other items affecting public partici- 
pation took place when the 
Marshall County Historical society 
met recently at Settlers Square in 
Warren. 

The society is looking for volun- 
teers to work during uhe fair in the 
saloon and store and with popcorn 
and ice cream sales. It is also seek- 
ing people to give cmft demonstra- 
tions during the fair. Participants 
may keep all proceeds from sales 



and may call 745-4803 to reserve 
space for their demonstrations. 

Discussion was held on possible 
future display of inventions by 
Marshall county inventors. The 
society is interested in obtaining the 
inventor's name. Invention and 
drawing or photo of the invention 
in order to compile information on 
the subject. 

Donations of items from the 
H&H store, including a large glass 
display case,. was acknowledged 



along with donations from other 
residents of a wedding dress, hand- 
crank potato grader, crocheted 
American flag and baptismal dress- 
es. Warren Lions club made a 
financial donation and memorials 
were acknowledged for a number of 
people. 

The museum at Settlers Square 
on the fairgrounds In Warren is 
open from 9 am. to S pjn. Monday 
through Friday. It will also be open 
Sunday afternoons during July. 



Contestants for 
Miss TRF will 
meet this week 

Contestants Tor the 1991 Miss 
Thief River Falls pageant will meet 
for their first official rehearsal ses- 
sion Wednesday, June 12, in the 
basement of Zlon Lutheran church 
in Thief River Falls. 

Pageant officials note that girls 
interested in participating in the 
pageant may still enter and wiD be 
welcomed to the competiuon. They 
may receive further information by 
contacting Gail Holland or Carol 
Stumpf or by calling the Thief 
River Falls chamber or commerce 
office. 

The pageant will be held Satur- 
day, August 3, in the Lincoln high 
school auditorium. 

ELCA Women To Meet 
June 21-22 For Fourth 
Annual Convention 

The Synodical Women's Organi- 
zation convention will be held June 
21-22 at Bemidji state university. 
The convention theme is "Empow- 
ered by the Holy Spirit." Alt 
women of the synod arc invited to 

Registration will be held from 8 
to 10 am with the opening session 
beginning at 10 ajn. There are 296 
congregations in the Northwestern 
Minnesota synod and each member 
congregation will be allowed one 
delegate plus visitors. 

A communion service with Bish- 
op Lohr presiding will be held at 10 
ajn. Presiding over the cyiwenuon 
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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 7, 1991 



I Middle Rivfir/Marshall Cnnntv Centra l wins Rpoinn 8A baseball title 

Rebels headed to state 



Long-time rivals Middle River 
and Marshall County Central took a 
big step toward cementing their 
some lime -rocky spurts cooperative 
programs Tuesday when the Rebels 
; knocked off Roseau 3-1 in the 
- Region 8A high school baseball 
tournament championship game at 

WdTTOad. 

The victory sends Middle River/ 
Marshall County Central to the 
• Class A state meet for the first time 
Tuesday when the Rebels meet 
Region 2A champion Modeling 
Truman in the 11 a.m. tournament 
opener at Dick Putz Field in St. 

: cioud. 

Rest of the opening round state 
tournament quarterfinals match 
champions from Region 3A vs. 7A 
at 1:30 pan., Region 4A vs. Region 

■ 6A at 5 and Region 1A vs. Region 

; 5A at 7:30. 

Semifinals and finals will not be 
played until Friday, June 14. 
Semifinals will be played at 11 tun. 

; and 1:30 pan. that day, followed by 

.' the third place game at 5 pan. and 

; championship gome at 7:30. There 
is no consolation round. 

"We hope we can go down there 
and be competitive," said third-year 

I Middle River/Marshall County 
Central head coach Alan Hanson. 
"Lost year Red Lake won Region 

.' 8A and was ten-runned at the state 

> tournament. We don't think well be 

, ten-runned, not with Mike on the 

' mound." 

Mike is Mike Rokke, a hard- 

\ throwing senior righthander who 
struck out 15 Rams in the Region 
8A finals. He gave up just four hits 
and did not walk a batter. Only run 

£ he gave up with a fifth inning Jason 

t Hooser home ran. 

Rokke, who plays for Thief River 

'" Falls during the summer Legion 



baseball season, is 7-2 for the year 
with a 1.0S earncd-run average, 
striking out 110 batters in 53 
innings. 

The Rebels' state tournament 
starting line-up and batting order is 
expected to feature sophomore 
David Blaxcfc in center field, senior 
Jeremy Underdahl at shortstop, 
Rokke on the mound, sophomore 
Jeremy Tallinn in right field, junior 
Jamie Lorenson catching, junior 
Tray Myhrer at third base, sopho- 
more John Sparby at first base, 
sophomore Richard Wappula in left 
field and junior Jarrctt Walton at 
second base. 

However, senior Wade Walton 
might make his way into the line-up 
by Tuesday after missing the final 
five regular season gomes and all 
five post-season contests because of 
on ankle injury. If he plays, Hanson 
will put Walton at shortstop and 
move Underdahl to left field for 
Wappula. 

Underdahl, who is at the state 
track meet this week as the Region 
8A high jump champion, is the 
Rebels No. 2 pitcher, sporting a 4-0 
record and a 2.1 ERA. Blozck and 
Tallum also pitch. 

A young Middle- River/Marshall 
County Central team started the 
year 3-3, but the Rebels finished 
with a 15-3 run to head into state 
tournament play at 18-6. 

"We're playing our best baseball 
of the year right now," pointed out 
Hanson. "Our pitchers are throwing 
well, and we ve really come on 
strong defensively the last dozen or 
so gomes. Offensively, we like to 
put the ball In play. We've got some 
kids who aren't great hitters, but 
they get their bat on the ball and 
make things happen." 

In fact, against Roseau, Middle 



River/Marshall County Central 
loaded the bases with walks in the 
second inning and scored on a sui- 
cide squeeze bunt by Jarrett Walton 
and a wild pilch. Sixth inning sin- 
gles by Tallum and Myhrer, plus a 
throwing error, added on Insurance 
run in the sixth. 

Rokke leads the team in hitting, 
carrying a .520 batting average into 
the Region 8A tournament Btazek 
owned a .472 figure. 

Middle River/Marshall County 
Central began post-season play with 
North Sub-Region 8A wins over 
Tri-County and Fertile-Bel tram i 
before losing to Roseau 9-1 En the 
finals. But with the top two teams 
advancing and joining the two qual- 
ifiers from South Sub-Region 8A in 
the Region 8A semifinals, the 
Rebels' season was still olive. They 
took advantage of the opportunity 
with a 6-2 win over South Sub- 
Region 8A winner Bagley on a 
three-hitter by Underdahl. then 
gained revenge on Roseau in the 
finals after the Rams hod dispatched 
defending champion Red Lake 2-1. 

That 9-1 loss to Roseau in sub- 
region was kind of deceiving," 
pointed out Hanson. They (Rams) 
only got three hits that day, but they 
scored five times in the first Inning 
and got us down.* 

The region tide has really picked 
up the spirit in both Middle River 
and Newfolden, mentioned Hanson. 
"It's been great," he said. "Both 
communities have had parades and 
ore really excited. Not everything 
has been real smooth in the coopera- 
tive thing, but hopefully this will 
bring both communities together." 

Model in/Truman beat defending 
champion Luvemc 4-2 in the region 
2A finals this week. 




Three Thiol River Falls runners are In Blaine today (Friday) for 
(he start of the 1991 Minnesota stato hlflh school Class A and 
Class AA boys and girls track meet. Joel Davis (front, loft) and 
Tonl Chlodo (back, left) compete In the 800 motors, whllo 
Anthony Diaz (front, right) runs the 1600 meters. Sanna 
Torgerson (back, right) has been a work-out partner for Chlodo 
since the Region 8AA meet. 



Outffatdara • Ben Wldoflrem, Iti 



Class AA bov s state golf tournament results... 

Larson competes in state meet 



Kltn 

uifiaidari~* Brian Torileh. Hlbblng; 
Way no DyWiolt. Fornui Fall*: Tim Komp, 
Hfcblng: oaryl Sctron/HbNng: Malt Brlmhal, 
ForauaFoli. ' 

MCCCAll-CwiWDWition 
Catchara • Jim Sdwr, NMmandota. 
Pltchara - Tony Fridgon, North Harmapai; 
Bon FlMiham, Noftnandaio; Todd Procter, 
North Hoflnopb. 

Outtlaldara - Scolt lakatz, Anoka- 
Ramsoy; Kovln Strang. Normandalo. 
Inflatdara • Brian Schmidt, Normandalo; 
„ m .„r„r „t. ,~» n iht»». ft,™ Dfln Hlnrich*. North Hormopai; Wado Hater, 
. _ ,. group or six area athletes frum AnoknRamaoy: Dan Kopp. Norm Honrraph. 

1990-91 school year participating in Marshall County Central/Middle hccc AD-SouthMn DMtton 

the Minnesota state high school River and Red Lake County Central £T K h h *"'S??iS2? , 'SS^ 
Class A and Class AA boys and cooperative programs arc also in SlXr^iK ^S K*ry 
girls track meet, which got under- Blaine to compete in the Class A Fotnhoti. Wttnor; M*o Smiih. Auath. 



TRF. MCC/Middle River. RLCC represented... 

Area athletes compete 
in '91 state track meets 

Three Thief River Falls studqVit- 1 1 and Fergus Falls 6. 



athletes are finishing off a busy 
.... * Ipotinain 



way today (Friday) at the National portion of the stoic meet. 



; Thief River Falls senior Derek 
. Larson wound up with a tie for 57th 
place while competing against a 
field of 75 in the boys portion of the 
1991 Class AA state high school 
golf tournament played Vrednesday 
and Thursdays at Bunker Hills Gou 
. Qub in Coon Rapids. 
,t Larson, the Region 8AA co- 
medalist, went 89-89 for a 36-holc 
.i 178. State chompioa was Fat Bauer 
„■■ of Wayzata with a 148 on rounds of 
, 72-76 over the par-72 lay-out. 
r Tony Vincent of Bumsville was 
runner-up with a 1S1 and Jeff 
*■ Proctor of St, Cloud Apollo, who 
2 shared the Region 8AA title with 
n Larson, was third at 154. 

Team-wise, the Bcmldjl boys 

won a Minnesota State High School 

/ League-record fourth straight stoic 

title with a 631, followed by Elk 

-River at 643, Wayzata 650, 

* Burnsville 663, Hastings 667, 

- Duluth East 671, Wonhington 690 

and Minneapolis southwest 709. 

And the Region 8AA champion 

_ Lumberjacks may be in position to 

J extend its title reign next spring 

t since the 1991 Bermdji state tourna- 

| ment team featured just one senior - 

• Scott Anderson. The rest were 
[ juniors,'including Andy Brink, who 
, was fifth in the individual standings 
; witli a 156. Jared Abbott, Matt 
, Mouko, Jeff Noren and Tony 

• Burlingame ore also In Brink's Class 
I of "92. 



Richfield won the girls portion of 
the tournament that was played at 
the same site at the same time with a 
703, followed by Region 8AA 
champion Alexandria with a 706, 
Owatonna 727, Hibbing 770, 
Wilimar 794. Osseo 796, EUc River 
811 and Henry Sibley 821. 



Alissa Hcrron gave Wayzata two 
individual state champions when 
she won the girls Class AA medal 
with a 162 to join Bauer in the win- 
ners circle for the Trojans. Tracy 
Melby of Alexandria and Angie 
Ause of Red Wing shared second 
place at 164. 



Thiof River F alls 14-15-vear-olds... 

Babe Ruth rosters set 



Rosters were posted Wednesday 
for the three 1991 Thief River Falls 
Babe Ruth 14-15-year-old baseball 
teams - the Gophers,' coached by 
Myron Peterson; the Shockers, 
coached by Chris Mills; and the 
Strikers, coached by Steve Henke. 

The rosters of the three Thief 
River Falls Babe Ruth Prep teams 
for 13-year-olds were announced 
earlier in the week. 

Roatar - Jaaon Unity, Ttm Barry. Eric 
Dowon, JuaUn PNBfca. Cory JanUna. Soon 
Forjarty, Mark Spyhalikl, Man LaMolno, 
Praaton Traat. Brail Palaraon, Cola 
Furuialh, Bram Klalnvachtar, David 

Schadula • Saturday, Juna I • Striata, 
10 mja. and Shodiart, 12-noon: Tuaaday, 
Juna 11 • Crookaion Oold, 10 a.m.: 
Thuraday. Juna 13 - at Rad Lata FaOa. 10 
bm.i Tho radar. Jon* 20 - Warroad. 10 
a-m.: Monday. Juna 24 - at Eaat Grand 
Forks A-a. 10 am and at East Grand Foria 
Blue Jaya, 12-noon: Monday, July 1 - at 



Crookaun Gold. 10 am.; TUaaday, July 2 - 
Eaal Grand Forka A'a. 10 «.m, and Eaal 
Grand Forka Bluo Java, 12-noon; Friday, 
July 5 - arikara, B p.m. and Shockon, 7 
- ~ Saturday-Sunday, July e>7 • al 



Shodwra 



ronard, 



Duiiy Eddloman, Joay Sabot, Caioy 
Holmgren. Nathan Houaay, Ryan Ruda, 
RyanWold, Joby Loo liar. Bob Bluamka, 
Duana Kajoman. Chrta Bjomatad. 

Schadula - Friday, Juna 7 - Crookiion 
' Bka, 10 am,- Saturday, Juna • • Oophora. 
12«»n; Monday, Juna 10 - at Eaal Grand 
Forka Out Jaya. to ajn.: Wadneeday, Juna 
12 • Roaoau. 12-noon; Tuaaday, Juna IB • 
East Grand Forka A'a, 10 ajn.: Thuraday, 
Juna 20 - at Crookaton Gold. 10 a.m.; 
Tuaaday, Juna 29 • Blrlkora.8j>.m.; 
Saturday-Sunday, Juna 2W0 • THF EJM 
InvttationBl: Tuaaday, July 2 - al WBrrood, 
— ■ - ■ Friday, Jury 8 - Oophora. 7 p.m.; 
■day. Jury 1 - al Rad Ufca Fa£. 1 o 



(C0tuinuedcnPagel6) 



Sports Center in Blaine. 

Senior Anthony Diaz, junior Joel 
Davis and freshman Toni Chiodo 
qualified for state at the 1991 
Region 8AA meet last week in 
Moorhead, where Davis won the 
boys 800-meter title with a 1:59.29, 
Diaz was second in the boys 1600 
meters with a 4:32.02 and Chiodo 
was second in the girls 800 with a 
2:22.06. 

'Top two finishers In each Indivld- 
' ual event, plus the first place relay 
teams, earned stale meet berths. 

It's the second stoic meet appear- 
ance of the 1990-91 school year for 
Davis and Diaz, who both ran in the 
state cross country meet last fall. 
Davis also just missed a state 
wrestling tournament trip. 

Chiodo is putting the final touch- 
es to on outstanding freshman year 
In which she was a starter in volley- 
ball and basketball before stepping 
on to the track. 

St. Goud Tech won the Region 
8AA boys title with 118 points, fol- 
lowed by Alexandria with 107, 
Moorhead 89, St. Goud Apollo 52, 
Detroit Lakes 34, Fergus Foils 31 
1/2, Bemidji 28, Braincrd 26 1/2, 
Thief River Falls 23 and Little Falls 
18. 

Moorhead girts won Region 8AA 
honors with 104 points, followed by 
Sl Cloud Tech with 95, Little Falls 
85, Brainerd 73, Alexandria 53, 
Thief River Foils 31. Bemidji 26, 
Detroit Lakes 12, St. Cloud Apollo 



Two Marshall County Central/ 
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i Ohman, Spaeth 
listed on MCCC 
baseball teams 

Shawn Ohman, n Northland 
Community College freshman 
pitcher from Detroit Lakes, hai been 
named to the 1991 Minnesota 
Community College Conference all- 
state baseball team, it was 
announced recently by Ploneen 
coach Terry Wise ih. 

Two Northland players - Ohman 
and Tim Spaeth, a freshman out- 
fielder from Woubun - were named 
to the MCCC All-North Division 
squad. 

Ohman was 3-3 with n 1.55 
earned run average this spring, strik- 
ing out 42 and walking just 10 in 
40.2 innings. 

Spaeth hit .494 to lead the 
Northland regulars this year, driving 
in 20 runs in 23 games. 

UCCCAIt-Stata 

Catchara • Cory Johnaon, Hfcblno; Cory 
Hanson. AuKIn: Jim Scnutr. Normandala. 

Pltchara - Kuril* Sulka. Farjjua Falla; 
Shawn Ohman. Northland; Jerry Baaman, 
Boihany: Tony Frtdoan, Nrxlh Hamaph: Dan 
Ftootnam, Nonrurndato; Todd Proctof. riorth 
Honncpln. 

Ourf lalrfara - Ban WWatrom. Raaca: Matt 
Kuitor, Bathany; Scoll Lakali, Anoka- 

binal'dara - Kovh Frorta, BoBiany; Brian 
Schmidt, Normandala: Dan Klnilcha, North 
Honnopln. 

MCCC AlHtorltiam DMalon 

Catchara - Cory Johnaon, HDWirj: Wads 
Woyland. Mmco- 

Pltehara - Kuril* Sulka, Fargita Falla; 
Shown Ohman, Northland: Kyla Qraana. 



Friday, June 7, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 15 



I Men's Softball I 



Piaa Hui . 4 

Popal 4 

Buich ] 

BtHiiruoOoan ... 3 

Slona* Maoio Rndw 2 

Dlvlalan II 

O.. 

Evonrjolical Froo Church 4 

Amoco 24 4 

Northwoi! Cyo CUne . 3 

Motvir* Ttuduno . 2 

Carquotl Auto Pnrti . .. 3 

Rutty Nml .... i 
DMiIm lit 

Hoplo Truckino 

Knlghu ol CcJumtjut 

Lantom , 

Bait Woitom inn 

Noftfiwoil Modjcal Conw 

NlchoJW.. . 

Hiohland^o 



Ovsr 400 players on Part< S Roc. Babo Ruth. VFW. Lwiion loam-; 

TRF baseball program growing 



Women's Softball 



by Mike Lundgrrn, Sports Editor 
Summer baseball is alive and 
well in Thief River Falls. 

Together, the Park and Recreation 
Department youth program for 7- 
12-ycar-olds, Babe Ruth 13-15- 
year-olds, VFW 16-year-olds and 
Legion program for 17-18-ycar- 
olds, Thief River Falls will have 



Thief River Palls' Tier 1 Legion 
ujuid, designed primarily lor high 
school juniors and seniors, wdl play 
approximately 46 games this sum- 
mer. They will join East Grand 
Forks, Crookiion. Roseau and 



tcr, especially in the way <jf 

impruvemenu al Irv Wilton field as 
Ttucf River I-alis prcrurrt to host is 
Hm Ninth Dtttnci loumamcnl sina 
1982. 
Fan accommodition is a primary 



A kx of make-op gamei Tuesday ^^i?,?"*?* 4 * 1 , '^"aSH 

j ■ w ft ■ ' ^*Z * . Btrrv HOC Thur»diT. Juna a - uwna 

- daung from May 22 ram. forced ^ « Irar, j^V S^vaAndaraon. . 
postponements - preceded the rrrju- m M^it> r Jun* a - Canute* liairja n . 
lar Wednesday nijht ichcdule in the tn 
Thief River Falls Women's Slow 
Pitch SofibaJl League. 

Janelle Konickson bad a grand 
slam home run and a double, and 



vrw 



ieiv5a9iaf Law . . 



Karjitad in the Ninth District North concern ai Dalagcr anticipates a icammaic Jody Pahkn alio doubled a * u w*"^" •"" H«*jaa»vn*» & 3 



Division, while Moorhead. Fergus large turnout for the Ninth Di 

-- - _.. Falls, Detroit Lakes and Perham toumamcnL Thief River Falls had a 

some 422 playeri playing baseball forrn [he Ninth District South big following last year *hilc com- 
on 34 teams during the 1991 season. Division. A single qualifying game mg up with a Ninth District runner- 
Jeff Mumm directs the youth in the North will produce an eight- up finish at Detroit Lakes, and he 
baseball program, which includes 'cam state tournament-qualifying figures Post 117, whose roster is 
three age groups -7-8-year-olds (92 Ninth District toumoment field at complemented by players from 
players/ eight teams), 9-10-year- Thief River Falls' Irv Wilson Field Middle River, Newfolden and 
olds (111 players/nine teams) and August 1-4. Grygla, will be a title challenger 
11-12-year-olds (102 players/nine The Bombers will be mostly high againin,991. 'If we're not there at 



Columbus 4. RIcd'D AppDani 
AuB Para 15 ■"-"— — - ■ 



teams). 

Myron Peterson is the director of schedule featuring 16 VFW games said. 

the baseball operations for the Babe against East Grand Forks, Bemidji, Thief River Falls opens its 

Ruth program, which features 36 Fergus Falls and Moorhead. along Legion schedule tonight (Friday) 

players on three Prep teams for 13- with n 38-game Legion schedule with a 6 pm. doublchcadcr against 

year-olds and 40 players on three against northwestern Minnesota Tier East Grand Forks at Irv wilson 

14-15-year-old teams. .fleams. They will compete in both Field; Post 117 will be at West 

It'll be a cooperative effort among the VFW and Legion Tier II post- Fargo Monday for a 5:30 pm. twin- 
five service organizations that will season tournaments. bill and will visit Crookston 
help field the 1991 Tier I Thief The summer baseball programs Wednesday for a single 6:30 p.m. 



sic Jody r-. 
as Legion/Satha Law bear VFW 5- 
1 in one of those Tuesday make-up 
games, while Becky Beito, Andi 
Nelson and Mickey Erickson all had 
three hits as the Best Western Inn 
Ridgerunners defeated Pizza Hut 
17-6. 

Elsewhere Tuesday, the Mush-A- 
Reis handled Rainbow Nursery 22- 
ly-sponsorcd St. Hilaire 



school sophomores, who will play a the end. I'd be real surprised." he Elcvator/lynn's Refrigerating rolled 



Batt Watlam Inn 

Davator/lvnn ■ Rabuarasng .. 

Uttta Rivar M*U 

Raintow Nunary _... 



Tuaaday, Juna 4 • (mafca-up aamaa] 
SL HUra EMvakMlym'a naMgaralng IB. 
vAawm Inn 14, lASJa 



past the Swingers 19-1 and Best 
Western Inn got by Middle River 
M&M 14-9. 

VFW, Lcgion/Sather Law, Pizza 
Hut and Best Western Inn 
Ridgcnmners were all doublchcadcr 
winners in Wednesday's regularly- 
scheduled xtion. 
. „ ... Best Western Inn Ridgerunners 

River Falls Legion and the Tier II also include cooperative erforts game before hosting its first Thief edged Sl Hilaire Elevator/Lynn's 



Au» Pons is Hiphtandino 7 rj-n pjnj Kiver falls Legion ana tnc tier tl also include coopen 
NichogoB |. nicE'a Appf!oneo7; Hogio Legion/VFW Bombers teams, from CiiyorThief 
T^co^TciSo^Au /. 5 ?^^ where Howard, Dalager and Wayne which maintains the 1 



Hlghlandlng 0, 



Doit Woatt ... 

Northwonl MootoU Comoro. 

Thuraday, Juna 6 - (8:20 p.m.) 
1 Northwoil EyoCUnlc 14, Lojlon 4; Butch 

16. Stono'a Mobllo Radio 3; Pepsi •• 
1 Evangollcal Froo Church B; Corquoal 



trudung; Rust/ Nail vs. Metvio Trucking. 



r Falls, 

„ : facilities; the 

Rahlf arc working with 41 players. Pennington County Fair Board, 

American Legion Post 117 b the which owns the land where the dia- 

primary sponsor for the summer monds arc located; and Northland 

baseball program for the high Community College, where a por- 



Rivi 

Saturday, June 14-15. 

The round-robin Thief River Falls 
Invitational will actually crown two 
champions as Thief River Falls, 
Bemidji, Roseau and Park River, 



Rhrar MAU 9; Mu*h-A-H«ti 22 fWbOW 
Nunary 2; Baal Waatarn kui Rldgaiunnara 
17. Pttza HA 6: Lagton.'Saihar Law S. VFW 

Wadnaaday, Juna ( • (i^O ajn.) VFW 
33. UlddM Rlvar Mtil 10; La«l0«VSalhar 

La* 21. Muth-A-Raia 3: PJrza Hui 3. 
Mwn O: Bm« Waatarn >m ndgaruman 
13, Sl Hla» ElavalcrAtWa RrrbVaraSne 
10 (« Inning*). (7:30 p.m.) VFW 24, 
Rainbow Nuraary 9: Muah-A-Raia 10. 
uiddJa Rlvar MAM B; piua Hui 17, 81. 
ElrwalorA-ynrra HaMoaralng 3: Baal 
ti Inn Rldganimaia 20, Savrrjara S; 



Falls Invitational Friday and Refrigerating 13-10 on a ninth miS!?* Ih ti£SL5,' Bwl **•*'*" lnn °-' 



inning Diane Klementson home run. 
Patli Peterson, Cheryl Olson and 
VickJ Hoverson all went 3-for-4 in 



IRaautlano 
Rainbow Ni 



rNuraory. 

Wadnaaday. Juna 12 • (■:» pun.) 
. . . „ Uuah-ARaia va. Plrza HuL FlairJ 1; Baat 

ine win, with Peterson picking up a Waainm Inn nkSjarunnara n. VFW. FlaiJz: 



school age players, but the VFW, tion of the Babe Ruth schedule Is ND compete Tor the Class A trophy, 

Eagles, SL Hlloirc Lions and Sons played. "" ■' " - .. . 

of the American Legion will all "'"' 

help pick up some of the costs the . _ 

involved in a program that is look- tioneo Dalagcr, who is also looking 

ingataS2l,000 budget this year. for ways to moke the program bet- 



home run and a double in the pro- "•'nbow Nunary v*. Middia Rlvar uau, 
rw r Field 3; St. Hllalra Elavalor/Lynn*a 



while the Bombers. Red Lake Falls. Marilyn Helgoland had a 4-foM «: &rniwri»iarn 



— -. _ Elavalor/Lynn*a 

Ralrtoaraimg va. LactovBaihor Law. FlaU 

*. n... u,... ,._ „ s w | nglrl< p„| 

— * Plna Hui va. 
VFW va. Bast 



Middle River beaten r 

by Detroit Lakes, in [_ 

1991 Season Opener Mondays Week 5 of the 1991 

Middle River Reivers opened ™ C J ?j vcr ™1" ^i^gf J"' 

their 1991 amateur baseball season ' u . rcd 25-stra ghts bv Pat Pischcr, 

Sunday with a high-scoring 15-14 J-hyren Auto Safes; Howard 

loss at Detroit Lnkcs. J^ / 50 " °" d ?*> m 0™*"' Mortem 

The visitors scored four times in Stoic Bank; Russ Bollcsen, Pizza 

the top of the ninth inning to gain a cKJeTV 
14-14 tic, but promptly surrendered 

a game-winning RBI single to later Hamallraf, a 

McLcod in the bottom of the inning. w t 1 pu 

It was a scheduled nine-inning Trfpto J Trep Co._. .5 10 

nffuir aobora'aCobtoTV 4 l 8 

Jr^nKempcriDcanDuChamp W*$2£&iiZ:J ! 1 7 

Scan Husct and Shawn Wjgncr all Eaolot 3 2 8 

hod two hits in the Reivers' 11-hil PtaaHut... 3 2 6 

, olTcnsc But Detroit Lakes used 13 Northland Foods 3 2 8 

J hits, seven Middle River errors and Sj^SSS^'-? | ? I 

* »um Mii.Mn-nn.ih> ic nin . Woodmen ConiSuctlon ... Z 2 1 5 

eight walks to score the 15 runs. Bakka truuronoo 2.3 A 

— DuChamp 'Stoned. on the- mound BrucoPruumacyx..- 2 3 ia 

forjthe Rfllvcrs. working the first Brkfooman-* — 2 3 4 

three Innings. Hunter Boldt. Dan lgduij ) adHunijnoCiub..t 4 2 

Cwikla, Husct imd Chris Nelson ^^J* 1 " 4 D \ 

pitched in relief, with Nelson get- T< "V Dom!nc - 1 * ° 2 

ting the loss. 1 Jwq«. 3 Raawita 

Middle River is scheduled to visit Northland Foodalio, 

Warroad Sunday for a 1 p.m. dou- aM ff / ^'!^S^S! i r« m . lum nwv Jn ^ 

Lij„ a j., j e , fjorttiiand Fooda - (aoor»-handlcae-1c<ari 

blchcadcr. ^ AuR 1B . t2 3. Jim Lambort 18*24. Fred 

«,_j /i_»i__. Ctaon 21-4-24. Stovo Dahlon 20-4-24, Mail 

fcorinrj/fauilnrja MoaWd 18-8-24. 

1 n a *BaMuilnairnuKO-aaorrjoKarMstad24- 

IWbToPjvix. 070010024 - 14 11 7 3-24, Warran Hanostad 18-0-18. Mark 

Dotrcii Lata 043061001 - 15 13 1 Hogrtn 24-0-24. Gary Lano 18-2-18. Rogot 

Mounlor 21-2-23. 

TRF Pepsi Invitational ™SE%e£SZ2&m 

H.k n j..uj ~« e>.._^_.. ' Nraverud ClonnorB ■ Don Narvorud 22- 

scneduied on Sunday 1-23, stov« Narvorud 18-2-20, Much 

Bomoman 24-3-24. Ron Undborg 23-3-24. 

Thief River Falls Pepsi tW Hanaon 20^22. 

Inuitn1inn.1l men'i ilnw nitrti enft * Woodman Conatructlon - Woa SWbleH 

K,™.I^f . ? iT i? 1 a 2M-24. Al No«on 17-4-21, SlovoKruia 17- 

ball tournament will be played 4-21 AiBoughion20-2-2i. 

Sunday, June 9. fit HllalrYltavator ita. 

tecs teauii three games. 21-2-23. Larry Domlnlek 21-3-24?Randy 

Entry feu is 575, plus a Blue Dot Jordo 204-24, Kurt Nolaon 1B-4-23. Rick 

soflball. Tourniiincui director is Horion2i-7-24. B J.„.„. 

n,„-» 1 inurr-ni-1* I. "Bnjoo Phrumacy - MBw LaSaDo 20-1-21, 

Bruce LuwrcntL, tctcpiionc.bai- BIBU3 ^ 1B ^ 1 ; TUnNuiT ,odahliM.2i. 

6324. - BobWoW21-2-23.S1ov«Afv1 D *24. 



"It's a real challenge to maintain Grand Forks Air Force Base and game. Peterson went 3-for-3 and p|len Rold - < T:, ° P- m -> 

s type of program we have," men- International Falls pby for the Class Andi Nelson was 3-foM as the Best wS^^SZ'itMai ™ — ™. 

. W H rv.i nn ^r «,hn ,. n u n i~iHn n i,iU Western Inn Ridgerunnen complet- Ba»t waaia'm Inn Ridaamnnara. FMd 3; 

ed their twinbill sweep with a 20-9 % u £* B „ 0M "di ^T n 3^ i S!' l 'T n 

ui«n™ nun -<k. c,.j„^l_ RolrlgaratLig. FlakJ 4; Laglon/Sather Law 

victory over the Swingers. va. slhgora. Fast Poch Field. 

VFW racked up a pair of 10-run 

rule five-inning wins over Middle _ . . ,-, . _|. u .„ 

River M&M 22-10 and Rainbow Take A Kid FlStting 

Nursery 24-5. Sanoy Johnson Weekend IS SGt Jun© 8-9 



Trap League 



^s^asa^iwsa ^ss^J^^sa^'si 



23. Dan UndquW 21-4-24, Mko SJcxSn 24-0- 



7-24, Shawn Loach 1 
Tony Oom Inc. 117, 
Thyran Auto Salaa 118 

• Tony Dom Inc. - Kon Oartoau 21-5-24, 
Bob Glouqua 22-3-24. Bruce KoPor J I -8-24. 
Marty Johnaon 22-2-24. DonWahbock 20-1- 
21. 



Eaglat • Oava Duprao 22-0-22. Kurl 
Duprot 23-0-23. Roger Hfcte 24-0-24. Don 
Krtsporl 23-3-24. Polsr Trl 23-0-Z3. 
Sfobarg'aCablaTVIir, 
Plna Hut 112 

• SJcoarrfa Cat** TV - Ok* SJoborg 10-o- 
24. DavoGrovum24-1-24.DataB«nn21-1- 
22. Mark htataon 25«2S, Mrrrv Cartoon 21 - 



Linda Rux were both 4-for-4 In the 
VFW win over Middle River M&M. 
Angie Sinn, Irene Larson and Julie 
Stenncs all homered, while Deb 
Johnson, Hinschberger and Rux all 



Minnesota Department of Natural 
Resources (DNR) is sponsoring its 
annual Take A Kid Fishing 
Weekend June 8-9 when any adult 
Minnesota resident may fish without 



0-25, Pal Hacfior 25-r>29. Bob BoDoaon 20- byi 



• Plira Hui • Ru*i Boll 
locky Ftachor 22-1-23, Rya 
!4. Tony Kontkaon 17-S-22 
0-2-18. 
Brldgfman'a 102, 



went 4-for-t as VFW beat Rainbow a license if accompanied by a child 

Nursery 1 0-9. I i l caa oId m younficr- 

Kelly Storhaug homered and Take A Kid Fishing Weekend is 

drove in two runs and Diane designed to introduce kids and 

25-0-25. Anderson doubled as Ugion/Sather "d"'" "> &*> W* oI fistun 8. and to 

""' '"■ Law turned back the Mush-A-Rcts h='P «»« «" " nn ' 1 ""*■ 



n'a - Jim Carlton 22-3-24. 

Siovo Boo 16-3-10. Jell Boa 18-2-20, Al 

' Kirtck 18-8-24. 



"" !; ' "'"Sports News 



21-3. DcAnn Thompson and 
Wendy Camera were both 2-for-3 
for the Mush-A-Rets, with 
Thompson picking up a triple. 
Lcgion/Sather Law completed the 
doublehcoder sweep with a 6-0 sec- 
ond-game win over Best Western 
Inn. ,'..,-■ 

Kelly Cornell was 4-fof-5, Ruth 
Brown had a triple and three RBI 



a n.-„^ n d...;.ii ,i.„ ,^_t.j .« aii runners musi oc rcgisiacu vy 
Fifth annual fund-raising Red All proceeds will be dedicated Si„ i^rS?fS» rS EiE 8:4S »- m - ^a in advance, or the 



s and appre- 
ciation of aquatic nature resources. 

Clearbrook Run for Fun 
Is scheduled on June 29 

Clearbrook Summerfcst Run for 
Fun will be held Saturday, June 29, 
beginning pi 9 a.m. 

The 2.1 and 5-mile runs begin 
and end in the Clearbrook city park. 
All runners must be registered by 



Lake Falls Buffington professional towards the purchase of a new 
rodeo will be held at 7 p.m. .ambulanceforRcdLakcFulls. 
Saturday, June 29, and at 2 p.m. For additional information con- 
Sunday, Juno 30, at Sportsman's tact the Red Lake Falls City Clerk's 
Park. office at 253-2684. 

Advance sales rodeo tickets arc 

priced at S5 for adults and S3 for 

children ages 5-12. At the gate the THERE'S GOOD NEWS on the 

tickets will be S7 and 54. Tickets "WANT AD PAOE this week and 

for preschool age children arc *W*,!? k A$8& t ?!& nra ~ Usc 



OLD MILL STATE PARK 

A Window Into tho Past 

Reliving tho Croamatios Picnic 

June 15 & 16, 1991 




I pm. - 7 pja. 

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Wiion nd tut ju rlda 

Honor™ cihtUikn •» 
RunTibf milt, hlllorlcll ifUplijI u 

wuhlni mtdUnci, cruo Kpvillnf, boiler nukbif. ui 
Oldtlnwnddlaniu' 




AlltilUulcitUt««lwdiMnn 

Wijm «nd bony ildcl 

ftnnlni mill, hlHwIal alipliTi tn 

Mtln prottim-nBulc atikj. poUUot (lid hUorlctl ipeili 

inilqwhililjlethow. Mj1oCvU(n*ShuU«*,Muuro(Ccmnonks. 



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priced at $1. 

Weekend activity starts with a 
barbecue supper, parade and dance 
Friday night. Saturday's schedule, 
in addition to the rodeo program, 
includes a craft show and dance. 
The crnft show continues Sunday 
leading to the second rodeo perfor- 
mance. 



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Pizza Hut, after a 3-0 first-game win 
over the Swingers, added a 17-3 
Game 2 victory over St. Hilaire 
Ele vaior/Lynn's Refrigerating. 

Pam Schcnkcy homered, Julie 
Hnlvorson drove in two runs and 
Gina Peterson was 2-for-2 as the 
Mush-A-Rcis edged Middle River 
M&M. 

Woman'a Softball DafnaWlnnara 

Saturday, Juno 1 • Darin Wanner. S3S; 
Monday. June 3 - Tom & Siepiianta 
Podonon, (20; Tuoadsy, Juno 4 • Rownury 



morning of the race.* 

All participating finishers will 
receive a race t-shin. Trophiea will 
be awarded to the top male and 
female finisher in various age cate- 
gories. 

Entry fee is S17 with n t-shirt, or 
S4 without a shirt. 

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Friday, June 7, 1991 



|t:30-3 p.m.) Cardinal*. Field 1; Ranee's, 
fill Pitch Fiald. Majlnera, Utile League 
F*ld <J:10-S pan.) Eipo». Fktkt 1: V" 1 "" 
Soi. Fail P4cn Flow. Pwates. Una Loague 

"■ Friday. Jun. 1* • (8-10:30 a.m.) 
Cumif adi«. Fwld I; Arweb. Fast P«eh 
F««. Twin*. Unto leoguo Field. (11 mm. - 
12:30 p.m.) Rods/Phillies. Flild 1: Met*, 
Ful Pilch Flold: Yankees. Ulll« Leequa 
FioW. (1:300 p.m.) Cubt/Bram, Field 1; 
Royali. Fart Psch Flokt; A'*. Unto League 
Ftold. (3^0-3 pjn.) CardinaU/Erpoe, Field 



Youth baseball practices set 

Monday will mark the start of ihc 

1991 Thtc' River Falls Park & 
" Rctrcaiion Department yooih base- 
ball program for 7-12-ycar-olds. 
The Giants. Padrej. Reds, 

Phillies. Cubs, Braves. Cardinals 

and Expos make up the 7-8-ycar-old 

portion of the program; the Royals, 

Red Sox. Brewers, Tigers, Orioles. 

Rangers. While Son, Ancels and 

MeU feature 9-IO-ycar-old-.; while 

the Mariners. Twins. Blue Jays. 

Astros, Dodgers. Yankees. Pirates. 

A's and Indians are staffed by II- 

12-ycar-otds. 
Week 1 - June 10 through June 

14 - will be dedicated to practice 

time. Games get underway the fol- 
■ lowing week. 

Practice Schedule Jun* 10-14 

■ Monday. Jung 10 . (0-10:30 a.m.) 
Giants RekJ 1: Royab. Fast PI* Ftold; A**. 
Utltt LtMui F*U. (11 mjn. • 12-JO pjn.] 
Padres, F<m 1; ftod Soi. FM1 Plcft FWU: 
Astros. LH1e Loague Field. (1:30-3 ojn.1 
Reds, FtoW 1: BmM, Fail Ptleh Flak"; 
Blue Jm. unto League Field. p-5pjn.) 
Pnifliee. FmU t; Tioen-. Fast Pxcfl FMdi 
Oodgira. UBto Laagua RMd. 

■ Tuesday. Juno 11 - (9-10:30 a.m.) 
Cuba. Ftold f; Orioles. Fait Pitch Fiald: 
Indtara. Lttlo Laoguo FtoB. (11 ejn.-12-30 
pjn.) Braves, Ftoid 1: Rangon. Fa* Pfch 
FloW; Hamora. UTM Laagua Ftold. (130-3 
run.) CanSUiala. Field 1: Whfla Soi. Fail 
Pilch Ftold; Picaiaa. Uitla Laagua Field. 
rajM pjn.) Expoa. FWd 1: Angela. Fan 
Wen Ftokt Twine. Unto League Raid. 

■ Wodneactay. June 12 - (O-lO-JO a-m.] 
Giants. FtoM 1; Uets. Fast Pseh Ftold; A's. 
LUto Laagua Field. (11 ejn. • 1230 pjn.) 
Padraa. FlaM 1: Royals. Fait Pleh FloW; 
Vankeoa. Una League Flokt (laMpm] 
Rada. Raid 1; Red Soi. Fail Plteh Field; 



Outdoor News |- 



State high school track entries listed 



Bin Jays, Unto League Field. 

■ Thureday, June 13 - (9-1030 a.m.) 
Cuba, paid 1; Tig on. Fail Pitch Field: 
" Dodgers, Unto Leaguo Ftold. (it 



TRF Bombers 
sweep twinbill 

Thief River Falls Leglon/VFW 
Bombers baseball team swept 
Winger 18-0 arid 18-2 Thursday in 
season -opening baseball action. 

A schedule mix-up had Thief 
River Falls traveling to Winger and 
Winger arriving in Thief River Falls 
before things were straightened out 
and the (earns got together at Irv 
Wilson Field. 

Jeremy Olson threw a five-inning 
two-hit shutout in the opener, strik- 
ing out 10 and walking three. 
Carter Rogalla hit a three-run first 
inning home run, while Rick Ostby, 
Marc Haugen and Olson all had two 
hits in the 14-hit Bombers attack. 

A scheduled five-inning second 
game was reduced to three innings 
by another 10-run rule spread. 
Rogalla picked up the pitching deci- 
sion, striking out nine and walking 
two while giving up one run. Jason 
Svir had two of the nine Thief River 
Falls while Tony Greene and Jeff 
Stcngrim both had RBI triples dur- 
ing a first inning assault that sent 19 
Bombers to the plate. 



The Classifieds ~| 



! Sporting Goods 

i FOR SALE- 1977 10-1/2* Nantucket SB- 
vorllno IBS h.p.. doop-V with trailor. 
1 $7,000, 681-4068 Ottor 6 p.m. 2H6c 

! CLOSEOUT ON alt In-stock Marina 
roccotsortoa, 30-50% ell whila suppBos 

• uul RV Sports, Hwy. 1 W.. Thiol River 

; Fall, 661-1007. 1t46c 

I HANS' 3-SPEED biko, 525; mini blinds. 

27-1/4x104. $25 ooch; foam 40x69x3. 
$15;corpot piocoa. 631-7129. 1W6p 

' PADDLE BOATS- 3-seators. 5-aoaUra. 
Gono't Marina. Mooter, HN 21B-637- 
1 205a NM11tS-24e __ 

1 FOR SALE- 1973 21* Glastron boot VO. 
■U.B., and graph, oxeotlont Lako ol The 
Woods boat rootonabto, coll 218-478- 

3SB4. NM4t7c 

' FOR SALE- 1988 Johnson 28 h.p. motor, 
.vary Onto hour* $1,550. Contact Stow, 
, 231-1134. or 281-1030. St49c 

FOR SALE- Junior tat of golf dubs, Bko 
-now, 2 woods. 5 irons, $40.00: Mont 10- 
' apead Mountain biko. now. $05.00, seas 
! lor $149.00. Call 681-5697. 1l46p 
! FOR SALE- 15'x4' round pool brand now 

• llnor, doiuxo land filter, and tomo 
! accessories. 222-0678 bolero 5 p.m. 
; it*6p 

! 16" FIBERGLASS boat 40-ti.p. Evinrudo 
-and m-ior, asking $000.00. 681-2159 

work, or 681-5064 homo. 2t47p 

'FOR SALE- 1078 Scamp campor, 
$1,500.00 or trado for pickup or itod- 
,vnn. Call 4 78-3076, loavo moiiago. 

1146p . ■ 

WALLEYE TRA1NEDI 1081 Chria Craft. 
22, 165 h.p. Marino band, CB radios, 
.depth Bndor, hydraulic orbit trolting motor, 
doop V-tiul. many oitma', col 064-5571. 

4140p 

FOR SALE- 1BB0 Boyflnor Spoctrum 19- 
ft. aluminum flihino boat with all tno 
, accostorioa. Abo a 1070 tuH-iJio Blazer 
> 4»4. 701-352-1353. S2W6p 

I FOH SALE- 1066 25-R. Chria Cfofi Son 
'Skiff. 2B3 chov. ottgino, in oxcotlant 
{condition, now floor, now oonorioa, extra 

• top, ownora manual. Lawrrmco depth 

• aaugo, HumrrJnoblrd nth locator, 4 down 
*rigafl-i, Marino radio, nnd a atoraga 
JtraJbr. On wator at Lako of tho Woods, 
tovoryihlng you nood for Bthing. READY 



■ 1BT8 LUND Tyoa ZO-fL 6-cylindor, VO, 
•vory good condition, now top, call 681- 

' 3649OT6B1-2350. 1148p . 

!l SELL contlgnmont boats. Oona'i 
, Marino. Montor, MN, 218-637-2050. 
; NM11I6-24C 

t22-FT, STARCRAFT opon bow, wofc- 
[thnj whdthktld, 140 I/O Morcruitor. 9.9 
.Yamaha remote, tandem rotlor trojlor, 
icovor, voiy good condition, $6,000.00 or 
[best offor. 701-223-5513. F2t48p 

.WANTED: Usod goll dubs, lodios or 
.youth tiro, prolor ttarior sot. call 661- 

:1064. 2M6p 

TOR SALE- 14' Glatpar Run-o-boirt, 40 
"h.p. 'Johnton, long thaft. $950.00, w"! 
*on toparato. call 218-476-3584. NM4i7c 



Sporting Goods 

FOR SALE- 21' Olaitron. I/O. good Lako 
of Iho Woods boat, 218-478-3584. 

F4t52c ■ 



FOR SALE- 1089 Sprinter Mallard 5th- 
whool. 32-ft.. mint condition, novor boon 

usod. 782-2804. IMSp 

FOR SALE- Romlngton doubio barrol 12- 
□a mod. 1000, $250.00: Romlngton 
mod. 141 OamamaitDr, J5 cat. pump, 
$350.00, Moutor 2 shot boll action 
anotgun. 12-ga., $125^0. can 681-5807. 

It46p ■ ' ■■•■ . 

FOR SALE- 1080 Larson 17" nm-o-bout 
Bowndor, Sko now. $7,000. 681-4068 
after 6 p-m. 2146c 



AUTHORIZED PARTS and torvtoo for all 

popular lawn and gordon amall onglnot. 
RV Sports, Hwy. 1 W., Thtof Rivor Folia, 

661-1007. 1146c 

17-FT. DORSET Bbornloit boat, 75 h.p. 
motor, Spartan t-a3ar, an good condition, 
Lako toady, flron* Lako of tho Woods 
outfit. $1,000.00; now compound bow, 
Bon Poaraon Pro Staff. 40-60 lb., right 
hond, 30- draw. $80.00, con 681-5697. 

1t46p 

EXCELLENT MOTOR-BOAT, 65 h.p. 
Spirit (1078) 16-fL opotvbow doop boot. 
$2,000 00: olio nlco IH lawn tractor, 46* 
mewor. snow blowor. $1,200.00. 681- 
8808. F2t50p 

Public Notices 

NOTICE 
Sheldon Hodgson la no longer rotpon- 

•ibto for tho bila of Kriitkj Hodgson. May 
29, 1001.3t46c 

ENJOY THE Rod Lako Falls Bufflngton 
Profosstonol Rodoo, Saturday, Juno 
29th. 7.-00, Sunday, Juno 30th, 2:00. 

F3tSQp 

CARD OF THANKS 
Wo would liko to thank ell who como to 
colobrato our 50th wodding ormivoraory 
with ua. Alao, for tho boauBhil cards and 
gifts. A apodal thonkyou to our boys and 
our daugh tor- in-law Toni. who worked to 
hard preparing for this ovonL Alao, a apo- 
dol thonka to oJwtioholpod with tho food 
and program. May God blosa you on. 

Ray & Pat Sorrmton 



FOR SALE- Purebred SHh-Tru pupploa. 
3 fomaJos. block and white, registered 
AKC, smaU dogs. $125.00 ooch, eaS 425- 

7560. NM4-SC 

AKC SHIH TZU pups. non-shodrSng. 
groat portonality. 681-6370. F42tfc 
PEKE-A-POOPUP3, 681-6370. F42tlo 
AKC POMERANIAN pup*. 681-6370. 



y^^y MOYER'S 
LAUNCH SERVICE 

-ON LAKE OF THE WOODS' 

WARBOAD.MHNESOTA 

- MM 4 CanacTan Wtttrt 

• Exp*rhnt*d Guidn 

For Reservations Call: 

ROBERT MOVER 

'nMOuteh-rum" 

• 21S-386-1341 ^ 



DOCKS, liOATLIFTS, pontoons, boats, 
outboards. discount prlcos. Oono't 
Mwlno, Mentor; MN, 218-637-2050. 
■ NM11I6-24C - ■ -■ 



Sare Boatlngi 

National Safe Boating Week 
observed June 2-8 is the annual 
event that launches the recreational 
boating season in the United States. 
It not only starts the traditional boat- 
ing season, but introduces a year- 
long campaign to provide boaters 
wiih more information about their 
sport, 

Tim Smalley, Minnesota Depart- 
ment of Natural Resources (DNR) 
baiting safety specialist, says that In 
Minnesota the emphasis is on get- 
ting boaters to wear personal flota- 
tion devices (PFDs of life jackets). 

"Almost everyone has flfe jackets 
on board their boats, but we. still 
don't sec enough people wearing 
Uiein." Smalley said. "Perhaps lhais 
why over 900 people still die in 
boating accidents every year in die 
Unite dStflies." 

According to Smalley, Minnesota 
is doing better than much of the 
country, with fewer than three 
deaths each year per 100,000 regis- 
tered boatt. The national average is 
about six deaths per 100,000. "How- 
ever, with a total of 17 boating 
deaths in Minnesota last year, we 
sUII have a ways to go," Smalley 
added. 

U.S. Coast Guard statistics show 
that at least 85 percent of the people 
who died in boating accidents 
would have survived if they had 
wom.alife jackcL In Minnesota, the 
percentage may be even higher. 

"I have a fife of letters from peo- 
ple lolling how their lives wore 
saved because they were wearing a 
lire jacket," Smalley noted. 

Most boating deaths involve peo- 
ple capsizing or falling oui of their 
boats. Falling overboard is a fright- 
ening experience, and many people 
will panic and tlrown unless they are 
wearing a PFD, Smalley said. 

DNR recommends staying with a 
capsized boaL "Unless the boat is on 
fire or in imminent danger of sink- 
ing, wc tell people to stay with a 
capsized boat rather than try to 
swim' for shore," Smalley said. 

Slqcc the early 1970s, outboard 



boats 19 feet long or less have been 
required by the U.S. Coust Guard to 
be able to float in n full upright and 
level position when full of water 
and it's rated capacity of passengers, 
motor and cargo. 

— I State Parks"! — 

Lake Bronson 
Lake Bronson State Park has a 
number of special events planned 
for June. The programs arc all free 
of charge to the public, although a 
vehicle permit is required to enter 
the park. 

■ A Centennial Troubadoi 
Concert, featuring Charlie Maguirc, 
will be presented Friday, June 14, at 
7:30 pjn. In the picnic shelter build- 
ing. Mnguire has been traveling 
throughout the state doing concerts 
and residencies for years. His 
efforts gathering stories and doing 
research have led to the composition 
of over 300 songs celebrating 
Minnesota's history. 

■ Rnchael Kroog will be present- 
ing a special program cntillcd Songs 
From the Heart For Lovers Of The 
Earth Saturday, June 22, at 8 p.m. in 
tho picnic shelter building. 

■ An auto show will be presented 
Saturday, June 29. V-Jiicle registra- 
tion will take place from 11 ajn. to 
12-noon, followed by the show from 
12-noon to 6 p.m. Persons attend- 
ing the show will vote on their 
favorite vehicle in each of three cat- 
egories - antique (1935-oldcr), clas- 
sic (1936-65) and street rod (any 
age). Trophies will be awarded at 
the end of the show. 

■ Boat parade is planned Sunday, 
June 30, at 4 p.m. Register at the 
west boat dock in tho pork between 
3 and 4 pjn. that afternoon. There 
is no registration fee. Persons rid- 
ing in the woiercrafi may be dressed 
in costumes if they desire to do so. 
To enter, send your name and 
address to the Boat Show, Box 9, 
Lake Bronson. MN 56734. 



(Cominucd from Page 14) 
Middle River girls earning slate 
meet berths included Kinzie 
Anderson, the Region 8A high jump 
champion with n jump of 5-0, and 
Sara Lokstnd, ihc Region 8A shot 
put runner-up with a toss of 36-1 
1/2. 

The Rebels swept Region 8A 
high jump honors when Jeremy 
Undcrdohl joined Anderson in the 
winner's circle with an eye-opening 
6-8 jump - the best performance 
among all Class A state meet boys 
and just one inch behind Class AA 
pace-setter Nate Jensen of Albert 

Three Red Lake County Central 
boys advancing la the state meet 
included Region 8A second place . 
finishers Eron Mattison with a 20-3 
1/4 long jump, Jeff Bachand with a 
42-10 1/2 triple jump and Jason 
Nelson with a 2:04.90 in the 800 
meters. 

It'll be a double-state meet spring 
for Undcrdohl, who is also a mem- 
ber of the state tournament-bound 
Region 8A Middle River/Marshall 
County Central baseball team. The 
Rebels will moke their state baseball 
lournment debut Tuesday at St. 
Cloud. 

Marshall County South won the 
boys Region 8A crown with 91 
points, followed by Stephen with 
87, Mahnomen 61, Clearbrook/ 
Gonvick 35; Roseau 31, Marshall 
County Central/Middle River 28, 
Red Lake County Central and Park 
Rapids 26, Ho I lock/Kennedy and 
Win-E-Mac 20, Norman County 
East 19J Wnubun 15, Norman 
County West RCrookslon 13, East 
Grand Forks 12, Tri-County and 
Walkcr-Hackensack/Akeley 10, East 
Grand Forks Sacred Heart and 
Warraad 3, Fosston 2, Red Lake 
Falls 1. 

East Grand Forks girls claimed a 
Region 8A title with 48 points, fol- 
lowed by Marshall County South 
with 37, Stephen 34, Marshall 
County Central/Middle River 32, 
Roseau, Park Rapids and Tri- 
County with 30 ench, Tri-County 



26, Climax and Ada/Borup 24, East 
Grand Forks Sacred Heart and Com 
Lake 22, Waubun 21. Bagley 18, 
Northome/Kelliher 17, Red Lake 
Falls 16. Clearbrook/Gonvick and 
Wnlker-Hockcnsnck/Akeley 14, 
Warrond 12, Fisher, Red Lake 
County Central and Crookston all 
with 3, Blackduck 2 and Mtihnorncn 

' State meet preliminaries, along 
with a few field event finals, were 
hold today, with finals for both 
classes scheduled to bo held 

Saturday. 

Babe Ruth rosters 

(Continued from Pago 14) 



.._,... ..... . .lathan Scotl. Slave 

Buralle, Brian Fogarty. Jack Hoatfar. Andy 
Peteraoo, Kevin SfioUer. 

Schedule - rrfday, June 7 - al &ooka*on 
Odd, 10 a.m.: Saturday, June • - Gophers. 



Grand Forks Blue Java, 10 i-m. (at 
Northland Communly Ctoaoge); Thureday, 
June 20 - Warroed, l4*woreTuee(Jey, Juno 
2S . Snockera. S pjn4 Thursday, Juno 27 • 
Red Lake Fats. 10 am; SatureWtUjnds-', . 
June 29-30 - TRF E3ka ImfUltanal: Mc-nday. 
July 1 - Crookston Blue, 10 a_m.; Friday, 
July 5 -Gophers. 9 p-m. 

Holly BJorgaard among 
Knox gym fitness winners 

The name of Holly BJorgaard was 
inadvertentJy omitted from the list 
of Knox Elementary School stu- 
dents who wore pictured in The 
Times Tuesday as Notional Physical 
Fitness Award winners for the 1990- 
91 school year. 



IdbIBBB 

YOU CAN'T AFFORD 

to be Without rr 

681-4450 



TO GIVE AWAY- Small black mrdo dog, 
tavos kids. 1 yoor old. 681-7447. 1146p 

CAT FAMILY lo glvo n*ay- DomosSe 
short hair siripod lomalo cat, 4 yours ok). 
with 3 kittens, Indoor/outdoor, flttcf box 
troinod, mother Is up to date on shots, Wt- 
tons aro ono block malo, ono stripcO 
molo irxt ono striped tamalo, 3 mcrnhs 
old. phono 523-4711. 11461 

AKC LHASO Apses, ready lor dotivory 
July 4Hi. eoJ Opbway Konnols, 478-3076, 
loavo mossago. 1H6p 



AK«.LHASO APSO Alblnol Roro. 
rootttorad pup. roody tor dolivory July 
4ih. now taking bids. Call Oiibwoy 
Konnols, 478-3076 lo soo. Loavo 

mossngo. 1t46p '" 

READY JUNE 15. 7 AKC Labs, choco- 
Inios end blacks, shots and dow daws 

romovod. 253-2471. 8t51p 

AKC HOTTWBLER pups, 681-6370. 




— CLEAN USED VEHICLES — 



1988 CHEVROLET 
S-10 



■ *P(l.5-SBtAM/FH ■/ 
.CasMM.alOOOMto.. 
.. : Purctaia For Only ... 
.OftwtritnTirotiNMTM 



'51500 



„ 1991 PONTIAC 
SUNBIRD LE 

4-CyL. Auto., Air. P.&.-P.B. $A FTA 

Mm , Slorw,7,0WMIk-S $LJ KWI I 

Purchaw For Only UiJlJU 

-oflJusTsmssruvoMTH " 1 ™ " ™ 



t 1989BUICK 
CENTURY 4-DR. 



Y£iUuAjr I ,itAM/FII- 
39,«0MBm1 Ownor "H 

-Pu-tji«»» For Only . ' 
•cfjjusTti-uipuiscarm - 



1.950 



1988 CHEVROLET 
CAVALIER 4-DR. ~ 



4-Cyl., Auto., Air, P.S..PB. f> 
oHoro! $, 

Purch-eM For Only 
RjuaTtusJePEnuo 



5,750 



1989 DODGE 1/2-TON 
4X4 



-dppod;' 

JBmaiie ■ 

Purchase For Only 
•on just ta*Mrtx uohth 



'11,750 



1989 CHEV. CELEB. 
4-DR. 



■,45,000 
Purchaso For Only 
■ on jusi siss«s nn vovni 



'7,550 



1989 PONTIAC 6000 
-" LE 4-DR. r ^ 

' 4-Cyl, Auto.. Air, Crtiab ' (1 
mAWM8l».43,CrMMl. J i(l 



7,650 



1989 FORD iT£-TON 

»Cyl..«od.lUr.CniM. XLT, 4X4 

' Tit Hiim Cu. Dim] A J J ■«* 

: $ 11,500 



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Friday, June 7, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 17 



The Classifieds 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Lawn & Garden 



Help Wanted 




LAWNS GARDEN 
BATTERIES 

,95 



*19 



ALTRA POWER BATTERY, CO. 

Hwr.1*69W. NUtS ThirinhtrFili 



Help Wanted 



PART-71UE HELP WANTED: Modcol E- 
qulpmont Service Technician. Monday 
thru Friday, 1-S p.m. Musi havo valid 
drtvofs iconso. Share on col rotation. 
Light mechanical background helpful. E- 
qulpmoni dotvorku and set-ups. Wiling 
to train. Sond rosumo to CHI, P.O. Bos 
835. Thlof Rh-or Falls, MN 68701. Ap- 
plications doso Juno 15. 3t47c 

HELP WANTED- Tho Northland Clinic hi 
vVarroad Is currenUy nceopting applica- 
tions for a part-tlmo pormanont medical 
socratary; position oporurig In July. Ap- 
plicants must havo completed a modicaJ 
socrotarial courso; oxporionco praforrod. 
Salary commonsumto with oxporionco. 
For more informailon or to apply contact: 
Clinic Manager at Roseau Modcal Clinic. 
711 Dosnoro Orivo, Rosaau, MN 68751. 
Phono 463-1305. 2U6c 



Rummage Sales 

OROUP RUMMAGE SALE- Wed.. Juno 
12. am.--" pm., Thurs., Juno 13. 8 
a.m.- 2 p.m. Window covorings. 
children's doming, girls' biko, toys, doll 

houso, misc. household, '*"" " "-" 

Drivo. 2U7p 



FOR RENT. July 6. 14*70 moblo homo, 
no poll, loaio, reforenooi and deposit 
li)Cuirod. 681-2663. P4UBc 



EMPLOYMENT: Carotakor poslllon 

nvolloalo. Excollont opportunity for a 
rotirod or saml-rrrtlred couplo In tore s tod 
In molntonaneo and upkoop of a rontal 
complox with 30 apartmonts and 15 
ewnnomos. ^rxnhr-^riication to Bomfcf- 
1 Managomant. Ina, 514 Paul Bum/on 

Dr. N.W., Bamldjl, M" ' 

218-751-6881. F3tS0o 



POSinON OPEN for rasktont carotakor 
at SkylUa Apartments, 415 Arnold Avo, 
, South, Thief Rh-er Fobs. AppHcariont may 
, bo obtalnod at Minnesota Jobs and 
Training Offlco, 31B hWght Avo. North, 
Thlof River Fals. Doodlino for applied- 
, dons Juno 12, 1B01 at 12 o'clock noon. 
Equal Opportundy Employor. 41480 

HELP WANTED- FuH-drno oxporioncod 
• oook. Sond comploto rosumo to Box 
■ 2831. cto Tho Tlmos, THol RJvor Foils, 

MN 58701. 330c 



QARAOE SALE- Sot.. Juno 8. 8-5, Sun , 
12-4, 104 Bodovillo Court Children's and 

aduirs clothing. Including twin boy's 
clothos, big/iolT men's, washor. dryor, 

rofrigorator, many misc. Items. 2M6p 

GROUP OARAGE 3ALE- Wod. Juno 
12. Playpon. Infants', duldron's, adiits 1 
dorhing, toys, diUds' toMo chairs, crib, 
mattress, bumpor pad, dot drink weights, 
wolght boncli, Octa-gym, booksnotf, 
misc. 515 North Sato. 1t46p 

RUMMAGE SAU- 108 BoDovDIo CL. 8-5. 
Sal-Sun., Juno 8-0. Lawn mowor, biko, 
boys work boneh, jars, hamstor cages, 
do Bios, and lots more. 1t46p 

RUMMAGE SALE- Sot., Juno 8th, 84 
p.m.. 116 BoHoviUo Court, clothing, mon'a 
mod. and largo. 34x30; womon'a alio 5-7 
and mod and largo: homo docorating 
Itomi. houiohold, Slngor towing 
maehino, Bali blinds, (1) 82x60. (2) 
22x60. muuvo; decorator curtain rod, act. 

OARAGE SALE- Don! miss this satol 
Clothos for ovoryono from nowbom to 
nduft misc. Wod., Juno 12, 8^, 425 S. 
Knoato Avo. IMSp 

OARAOE SALE- Toys. Arcilcwoar, 

matomlrv clothos, childran'a clothos, two 
boats, Juno 12, 8-5. 1210 Oroonwood 
Stroot East, Wost ol tho Lnntom. 1t4Sp 
,. QARAOESALE-Juno6,7,8, 12. 13, 14. 

indudot ratailng shifts and ovory othor HydrauIiocySndorwlihhosos.275gol.oil 

wookond. II intorostod contact HiBcrost tanks, barbwiro, squlrrol cogo fans, baby 

Nursing Homo, 311 Broadway Avo., Box " ' - ' ' ' 

450. Rod Lako Falls, MN 56750, 281- 

4681 EOE. 4t47e 



133 Qroonhill F0 " RENT- Acrou from Ncfihtand. par 
Unlly lumlshed. mini bllnda, security 
doors, oamo room, all ugliuoa paid, ptority 3562. F2M8P 
clpariung. Coll 681-2307. BWc ^^ 



Mobile Homes 



197> SKYLINE- 3^odroom, 1-3/4 bath. 
nam drapos and carpet, stovo and 
refrigerator induded, control a.c, will 
deliver up to 200 miles, oicotlont 
condtton. I0JOO, csJ 569-4156 or 569- 



FOR RENT- 2-bodroom upstairs 
downtown upartmont. J 300. 00 per 
monffi, all utlmes paid 681-6563. 2l46o 

FOR RENT- Furnished upstairs 
opartmont all uittlos paid, for a wertlng 
porson, loan) and roforanoos required, 
J235 00 por month plus S17G.0O deposit 
Can 681-4057, Stan Gibson Agency. 
OFFICE SPACE for rent- Formor P.CA. 
building, call 681-1650 or 064-5252. 



Dave Walters 
Showcase of 
Homes Sale! 



ovory othor woofcond. II Irilorastod con- 
tact HiBcrost Nursing Homo, 311 Broad- 
way Avo,, Box 45Q. Rod Lako Falls, MN 
66750. 281-4682. EOE. 4t47c 

- _. ... .,_. VACANCY: Spooch Consultnnt for 15 

Bomldjl, MN 56601. Phono days during rho 10B1-1092 school yoor. 
m< ci*n~ Must havo Master's Dooroo and C.C.C. 

Will bo consulting with 6 to 7 school 
spooch dinidons omployod by Nonhwost 
Roglonol Intor-District Council school 
districts. Coll NW RIC Director, Nick 



SmJoj 



FOR RENT 

Available immediately, 
former Westside Gro- 
cery space \ up to 1,000 
sq. ft.) with paved 
parking. Free use of 
store equipment. 
If interested call: 

681-6806 




Rummage Sales 

YARD SALE- Sol, 8-2, 114 South Wn- 
noy Avo., lots of misc., baby, children's, 
and aduirs clothing. Capo Cod dishos, 
cor soot, baby swing, conning lam and 
much more, 1t46p 



PART-TIME EMPLOYEE noodod. Direct 

Caro position, opon Immediately, must bo 

18-voars of ago or oldor, minimum of 
Ihlgh school oducotlon or oqulvalont, 
, Must bo ablo to obtain a Class B drivof s 
• Eoonso. For more kiformatjon piooso call 
; 681-1278. 31480 

; MONUMENT SALE PEOPLE fuTi- or part- 

. timo. For moro Information contact: -.—-.. *~™.™, ■«,„ „, „ u .,„, 1U „ „. D ._ e OA , „ „.. _,_ . ,_„ _ _,.. 
■ Mhoiich Jonos Oranito Company, P.O. P-m.. gWs sizos and up. bo/a slzos 14 °* nAQ AS A ^ ^ «*sl!^to r^S? 
-002-363- ffijdup.1 mon's _and .vromon'. dotWng. !& 'J& W; "*J*^£2k 



OROUP OARAGE SALE- Wod.. Juno 
12, EM, 832 Alico Drivo. Bikos, drapos, 
housohokJ, dothos, (boys 8-12. toons. 
largo mon's. women's), somo lumituro 
and much mlscognnooua. 2t47p 

GARAGE SALE- Waterloo tool chost, 
ScotTs lawn fortilior s pro odor, air tank, 
dohumldlfior, housohold Items, clothing, 
lots of misc., Sat, Juno 15th, 8:00-4:00, 
3 1 6 Cardinal Avo. 2t47p 



FOR RENT- Commordol rental property, 
approximately 900 sq. ft,, 681-1851 after 

3 p,m. 4t48c 



FOR RENT- Ono-bodroom apartmonl 
with air condtioning ovor Aco Hardware 
Juno 1st for ono non-smoking older 
person. Partially furnlshod at 9200.00 
plus doposlL 681-4767. 38tfo 



> Box 84S. SL Cloud. MN 56302/ 



Hon positions. Apply at: Norrhom Prldo, 
Inci, Nora and Ponnlngten, Thlof Rivor 
,' Falls. MN. An Equal Opportunity 

, Employor. 42t87c 



FOR ALL YOUR 
PRINTING NEEDS~ 



t 324l T >^ r -, L J [et Sf3 1 aX-44S0,- 



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Wobor grill, toaster, Iron, toys, drapos] 
curtains, bodding. Avon, MN North Star 
and MN Viking docks, sovoral othor 
infos on tho htock tho tamo day. 3l 46o 

3-PARTY RUMMAGE Salo- Wod., Juno 
12th. 8-3, 210 S. SL Paul Avo.. doan 
clothing, baby, kids, juniors, shoos, 
fowolry, baby swing and waUtor, plant 
stand, coffoo tabto, housowaras, knick- 
knacks and misc. 2M7p 



girl's dothos. tiio 5-7, boy's dothos size 
1-6, womon's sizo 0-11. mon'i 
ncdium. misc. ortior Items. 2M6p 



WETCH HOTEL 



ByDoyr $12; fly Week: S39; 

ByMonlh: 5150 

PHOMfcofll-1233 

2 1 5 1/2 E Third Street, Thief tine Mk 



*&:Barme5*s^ 

mam 

*3Barirfe'2~Fijll?' 

'^'^*5|B.athS'.>¥JW: 

$26,900 

lOver^40J)ppbJe : f 

Wldes;.16\wldes,: 
^£l Abides f orw 



Household Goods 

FOR SALE- Walnut Ouoen Anne tec** 
and four chain, 04* round. For tnfarrn*- 
Boncall 681-8212. 20rie 

30 HtOK effldort! wood stews, fumaHS) 
and froplacos dsplayod. Hkjhoat c^saty 
OUTSIDE FURNACES, and wood-oi. 
LOWEST PRICES. Lot us ho*) you. 17 
roars in tho wood-heat business. 100% 
(nancing. M4o's HeoBrn, Mahnomen, 
MN. I-B0CM46~4043. NM7-23HC 
FOR SALE- dlshwashor, sink, A-y««r 
crib, amal crib, used TV, chlda cor s*Mf, 
caO 706-5820 evenings. 1t46p 



COMMEPJCAL PROPERTY for sat* or 
rent, 28'i104' buecfra. OfSoo, shop, and 
worohouso space. Buaolng locattd tt 
030 Pcmningten Aw». (Airport rood). Call 

681-3387 Penal. 4iflc 

FOLTZ BUILOfNOS: Mochlno storage, 
shops, liveslodt, commercial, RV storage 
ana garagas, comploteV oredod, wih 
warranty, sorvfng Norrhem Unneaota. 
For color brochuro and price* cat' tci 
free. 1-80O-762-0084. NM4-23flc 



CALL TOLL FREE 
1-80O879-03B7 

ill lunrtn Dim N W„ B*<nW|l 

751-56S5 , 



LAKE OF THE WOODS 

LaJco Lots For Srde 

On Amoricon Sicfo. 

Will Show Lots-June 20- 25. 

Low Down PaymenL 
Coll For Map & InforrnatJoa 
Owner/Agent- 218-743-3322 



locaodn, has 2 rontal units. For mors) kv 
torrnatton write P.O. Box 12S, Karlstad, 
MN 66732 or cal 436-3164. 4t4Bp 

BEST BUY on Maple Lako I Modem two 
bedroom oottago, boautlful southaasl 
vkwr, 45" frontage. 10O* uppor lot Great 
property, only ono milo off Hwy. 2, Priced 
In 30*s, buy now, on)oy all summor, 
Sorious Inquires call 218-637-2000. 



PLANT AND RUMMAOE 3ALE- 

Antiquos, toolbox lor pickup, gdf balls, 
Warroad Eslntos. Jung 11-12-13. It'Sp 



'PART-TIMe HELP WANTED: Customor 
' Sorvlca Roprosoniatlva, 2-3 days a 
Svook, 830 to 5fl0 p.m. Sham on call 
r rotation. Modicol socrotnriaJ background 
• holplul. RosponslblllUas Includo many 
I socrotarial duties. Sond rosumo to CHI. 
I P.O. Box 636. Thief RJvor Falls. MN 
i 5670 r.- Applications doso Juno 15, 3147c 



RUMMAGE SALE 
Wednesday, June 12 
*>• 8:00-4:00- - 
St. John Church 

1st & Pine 



FOR RENT- Ono bodroom upstairs 

opartmont. closo uptown, n vol In bio 
Immodiately. Kbat and water, stovo and 
fridga Incluobd In rant of $170.00 por 
month. Coll 681-3422. 2147c 

GROUP RUMMAGE SALE- Wodnosday. FOR RENT or Solo- 3-4 bodroom farm 
Juon 12th, 8-5. 1110 East Groomvood homo, solo prioo 521.500, row $225.00 
Stroot, clothing, furniture, holmols, per month, S300.00 doposa. i 
household Items and mlscollonoous. roloroncos. Call 681-4087 or 

■^UfljGibton Really. 46tto 

VREHX- 2-hodrooirt bosom 



i.HELP WANTED- Full-timo malntenanoo 
supervisor, apply In person at tho Bosl 
- Wostam Inn, Hwy. 32 South, TRF, 21460 

'COORDINATOR'S ASSISTANT wanted 
for Hood Start program. Must havo good 

* put*- relation skills, bo familiar with data 
sing and gonorol oflioo 



RUMMAGE SALE- Saturday, Juno 15, 
820 ABoo Drtvo, 8-5, lots ol dothos t- 
shlrts, sweatshirts, somo housohold In- 
dudng mlcrowavo. 1t46p 

RUMMAGE SALE- Sol, Juno 8. 8 o.m.-4 
p.m., 105 Bollovlllo Court, mon's, 
womon's, and children's clothing, air 
condtJonor, rocking horto, and moro. 3- 
party saJo, 2»6o 

OROUP OARAGE SALE- Ladles", 
mon's, girls', and boys' dothlng, kltehon 
labia, small bicycles, antlquos, misc., 
Friday, Juno 14lh, 0-s, 524 south St. 
Paul Avo. 2t47p 



. colored TV. doybod, books, 
magazlnos. kltehon light llxturo, sot ol 
oncydapodlas, stullod animals, bodding, 
curtains, childranc/Jr^tadio*Jmon'o doth- 
lng and lots of misc. 2I47p 



dothlng, largo and X-Lrgo mon'a shirts, 
pants, sport coats, and suits, toon 
dothlng, light fixtures, dishos, and misc. 
1 12 Bolloviao Court 1146p 

MOVING SALE- Friday, Saturday. 
Sunday, misc. housohold items, baby fur- 
nishings and clothos, toys, womon's and 
children's clothing, hand and powor tools, 



• proeoduras, and willing to loam. Position Tlndotph. Items Includo 20* boys biko sporting oqulpmont ond moro. Northom 758-8331, F2146C 
;isinBodgor,MNandwflllnlliaIfyboport- charcoal grill, quoon-slzo bodsprond with Insulation building, ono milo boyond 1fiBT AOTcniP 
■ £lf^* f m ? r .°. ^l? r J' n ™ ° n mnfchlfO curtains, children's clothing thoator on Hwy. SB south. 2t46p bodrooms lito no 



coll 631-6901 after 430. 44tfc 

Mobile Homes 

FOR SALE- 14x70 mobao homo, 14x20 

addition, many bnprovomonts, now wood 
stovo, small dock, call -604-6082 
evenings. S4t50c 

FOR SALE- 1075 Artcraft Calallna. 
14x70, 2-bodroomt, 1-1/2 baths. 
romgorator, stovo, 681-6740. 1l46p 

FOR SALE In Florida- 1061 Mariotto 
mobilo homo, 10x40 plus room add-on 
11x20. extra roof ovor all, oloctric hoot, 
tool shod and citrus trao. Completely 
furnlshod, Immodinto possession, 
$5,500,00. Edward Kraomor. 680 Park 
Clrdo, Brodonton. FL 34207-2164. 813- 



PRJCE LOWERED for quick salo: Fur- 
nlshod 12x54' 2-bodroom mobao homo 
on ECX160- lot at Rooky Point on LOW. 
$6,000.00, Col 218-436-2424. F214Bp 

FOR SALE- 1068 Groat Lako mobilo 
homo, 12x68, 2-bodroom s, ontry and 
larga dock and air cendtkxting, asking 
$3,600.00. col 681-4028 or 681-7758. 
ask for Bruce. 2t48p 

Household Goods 

MAYTAQ WRINGER washor with pump, 
looks Gko new, $75,00, phono 218-754- 
4321, F2t4Bp 

FOR SALE- BorkSno rocfinor, 681-4283. 



LAND FOR SALE 

Armroxirnntely 5000 Acres In 
Klondike Twp. 
Eastern Kittson Co., MN 
l.CRPLAND 

2. CROPLAND Some Peal 
& Mineral Soil With 
100% Wheat Base 

3. HUNTING LAND 
We'll Sell Any Combination 

Of Above Acreage. 
CONTACT BILL KAMAGE 
218-379-3215 



HOME FOR SALE- Low 40s, aouBMast 
location, walk is shopping and schools, 
3-4 bodrooms, bowmont, dual hoar, at- 
tached gorogo, 1/2 aero lot, orjpcJnbTtertt, 
681-8442 Of 783-5511. 2146c 

FOR SALE- Two-bedroom homo, oefc 
cnbbot, vaulted colings, oloctric hoat, 
dlshwashor, mlcrowavo ovon, carpot 
throughout LuRay flooch. uppor Rod 
Lako, law 30s, 681-8363, 4l46p 



FOR SALE- Air condrlfonor, oxcoEont 
condition, 10,500 BTU, usod 8-months, 
$300.00, 465-4435 aftor 6 p.m. 1146p 



RED LAKE CABINS 

Two Cabins On 

TnmnrncJe River 

Onc2-Bcdroom,OneI-Bcdroom 

Yr. Round Access. Only $16,500 

Low Down PaymenL 
USA Realty: 218-743-3322 



.applications, coll Mark Carlson, Director, 
- 01628-3227 or wrlto to NWCA, Box 105, 
Badger, MN 56714. Appllcouons will bo 
accepted until Juno 28th. Wo ara an o- 

. qua! opportunity omployor. 4l48o 

' LOOKING FOR ambitious salesperson to 
■ work on o commission. Excollont 
'opportunity. Piooso coll 218-253-2838. 



. -- -, i clothing 

from Infanta on up. Toys, adult dothlng, 
maternity dothos, and lots of misc. 2M6p 



OARAOE 8ALE- Wodnosday and 

Thursday. Juno 12 13. Clothing of all 

slzos, kltehon tablo and choirs, recking will bo taken 
oholr. girls bloycla, Honda 500 
motorcydo, and many mlscollonoous 
homsl 1814 Stevens Drivo. IHGp 



ARTCRAFT mobilo homo, 3- 

bodrooms, liko now conddon, call Jorry 

701-775-4201 or 701-746-4207. 

Uconsod Roaltor. Ftodtand Root Estate, 

ll iunity"contor,'jJno'"87o'n.m:to 4'p.rri. l°l°°^ Avonu0 ' Gm " d Fortu *' ND 

Como early, clothos may not last Orders Bgz ° l - 1t4S P 

" : " *"""'" ,J -• items. 5146c fob SALE- 12x68 Rollohomo, 3- 



£l'Cp 

FOR SALE- Brand now womon's casual 
clothos, many stylos, Worroad Com- 



FOR SALE- 5-pbco woodon dnotto tot 
bi good condtton, call 253-2450 after 
4 JO. IHSp 

SINGER ELECTRONIC tewing maehino, 
dutuxo model, 17 stitchos, 2 stop button 
holor, drop-tn and wind-In ptoco bobbin. 



FOR SALE- Quonsot. 32^54' with ovor- 

hood door 16114' in good a " 

bo moved, 706-5346. 2i46p 

FOR SALE- 2-bodroom homo, attached 
tlnglo gorogo, fmichod busomont wtth 
Hroplaco bi roc room, bodroom and utttrty 
room. Uppor 30's. Call 681-1380 for 

oppdntmont 20tfo 



For Rent 



THIEF RIVER FALLS. MIM 



at tho Thiol Rivor Falls Tochnieo! 
AV-IATIOW MAINTTCWAWCE TRCHNnTf >Q Y TAt^ Jfpf 

LOCATION: Aviation Facility 
EFFECTIVE: 1991-92 School Yoar 

DUTIES: Toach locluro nnd lab courses In Aviation 

Maintenance- Technology. 

REQUIREMENTS: Uconsablo aa an aviation mochanlca 

Instructor. 

SALARY & BENEFITS: Por nogotlatod coniract 
ApplloaUone may be obtained In person or by wrlllng to the Peraonnat 
Offioc School Dfatrlot Servloe Certler, Zeh and LaBree AvoV, Thief Rlwr 
Fridey, Juna^ih, 1M,V *PP"°« , ' 0M ""» b « «»P«-«" «nill 4-00 pT, 
"An Equal Opportunity Employor' 



LI An, Seasons Ren 

Your INDEPENDENT Homo Town Off! 

. STAlEFftRMBlDG. 

Sj 1304 H MAIN, P.O. BOX 787 681-4960 

3 THIEF RIVEfi FALLS. MN 56701 

WITH US YOU ARE NO. 1111 



JUNE STEIOER, QRI 081- 6787 BONNIE ANDERSON, QRL001- 3214 

VAL HOLUEB, OR! 881- MI2 BOD PURDY, ORI —681- eOOfl 

■ 17.1001 



bodrooms, 12x20 lamily room 

Hroplaco, oloctric heat, air conditioner, oil 
appliances. Immaculate condtlon, phono 
■ — - 218-754-4241 ovonlngs. F3146p 

E°fi. ^t 3 ' b< ! d S om , hou !°^l °H roR SALE- 12x56 2-bodroom tr-dlor on 
North Dulutti. ovoitoblo Juno 1. $350,00 n lco lot In Basswood Trailor Court, good 
por month, dnmago deposit and eonoliion.now earpoL blinds, great foro 
"*" "" '""" stodont Cdl aftor 830 p.m., 681-1039. 



,,u S , ■.. l> ^ , ^ , ' "tr j ^r"2JSTS."S^"i PO" SALE- Throo bodroom house, al 
paid $479.00. wll sol for $200.00, Choryi bjchod oaraoa on frvo ocros doso ■ 
pTtersen. 681-3311. 2U6p TRFTgSI^I S4H9p ' 



roloroncos. Call 1-612-801-3875, 40dc 



VERMEER BALERS 



FOR SALE 

605 J @ NEW MONITOR $ 

605 SUPER G $ 

605 C 




n waiow kud rorr xirmot roxd-wxtch ron 



HOall AlO LOT, in w; kmu iupr WHnjHi HUAU-HAICK IOH 

s--orsiMJOKxiBMt-Mj-o_maamtstr*uL_juowi-Hiu^ 

r«a.T tXtOO) MX tOMOClOB OR WL1 



ft-fltewT 



to UWT avAUaui are* n xhd rtca: up vc 



a cc-aaorcuie aux-M*jurc«*Tix-Mx-fOK-i<Drtin 



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WE ALSO CARHY A FUU LINE OF SHEET 
METAL, STEEL, BEARINGS & ROLLER CHAINS. 




Intowliiririg the best 
financing deal In farm 
inachinery today. 

Gchl Freedom Financing is ceictly 
what j\»u need these d.iys— freedom 
from finance charges or extra monthly 
payments. Freedom Financing offers 
dela)w( -payment and low-payment 
Options that enable you to gel (lie 
Geltl equipment >Ou need nKlit mw . 

GEHL FINANCE' 



FINANCE CHARGES 



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HANSON 
MANUFACTURING 

Box 66 

Lancaster, MN 56735 

Phone: 218-762-6541 

Evenings: 218-843-2548 




NELSON EQUIPMENT 

I Hwy 59 Worth - T. R. galla, MN - 681-1997 



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Miscellaneous 

ALE- MnclLi EPJtO ccc-«r. ftwil 
: i. irCOCO, alio Upton luKur 
.^•moulei CJi'jir IE1U ooR'pdtCa). 
•■ .-bo 563-73:5 WUTC-p 



Miscellaneous 



Miscellaneous 



Miscellaneous 



Machlnory 



Machinery 



d ovory day. C81-2055 



FOR SALE- Eloclnc motor*. 1Mhp to 7- 
1 T h p Soo ut lor all your olectnc motor 
roods Floot Supply. Cal 681-2850. 47tfc 



ENERGIZER 



I SALE- 8' Popplo ftnmrood lor oul- 
■ ■■;.oi. doiivored. S30.0G.eord, 10 
! ■„' J. 5300.00. Doiwry now or lator. 
u f m . 4S5-4405. NM4l7p 



1 SALE- CoCar. Pino lumber, rough 
:.« -J 2iGs. 8-tf. 10 18-ft , 7-fL Cooir 
';, :J6-237G cr 386-1370 lOtSSp 



. -'.a b.i::ory rood*, (top at Aba Point 
I'lr-ry Company. Hwy. I A 59 Woit. 
-" i t-C JSS. Thiof favor Fall*. 62ft: 

V.1LL TAKE bam*, ttods. ATVi. gum, 
i>T.. cn now and usod golf carts. D 4 S. 

7 1 1 -J5 I-3313. F4t4Bp 

CLEAN WITHOUT STEAJI 

V.w "Von Schroder Way' - dry loom o«- 
r.icbon involvos to btflo moiituro thai il ii 
,:5r:olu»ry talo (or alt labric*. Il it a tail, 
no hainrd systom (or doming all carpoM 
,ind upholstonM. Call Rndniocki's Clos- 
ifccloanor* lor too oiBmotoi, Sonior 
Guon* dscouni. 681-7679. 29tS1c 

ONE NICE tadcla tor a small horto. Con 
bo icon at iho old Potorson Biddiek 
timi. cr coll 631-32*1. 1t46p 



YAMAHA 81 koy oloctrtc piano, 
kuvbo.ird wilt) sustain podol. Can bo 
rten a! Tho Timoi. $299.00. NM2tto 



BATTERIES 




EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

119E.3rclSl 631-2351 T.R. Fifla 



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SPECIAL PURCHASE- Now Simpicrry 5- 
h p. totfpropoBod «nih bagger. Regular 
(499 00/Sulo $349.00. Alio 4-h p. toil- 
propoHod wrth ooooor and aJoctrlc ttart 
Rogular $539QO/Sato J39900. Umitod 
lupply at RV Sports. Hwy. I A 59 Won 

TRF. 68 1- 1007. 1146c 

S LOAN3 S Pononal Loan/Oobt 
Consolidation. Call (or a froo confutation 
with a loon consultant TODAY. Prom 9 
a.m. to 9 p.m. also MC/Vlsa avaiablo. 1- 

600-765-1065. 10tSOc 

BARN LOWERING and strntgh toning. 
Building* loworod, raised or mavod. 
Guarontood work, (too otttmatos. Lloyd 
HaKrorson. Ootreit Lnkos. 216-847-7223 
or 21B- 236-6071. NM10t7p' 

FOR 3ALE- Now oxordto biko. $60, 
boor mppor, comploto with rofrig orator, 
899L kog. and gas drum. $120. 253- 
2660. IM6p 



JACOBSON'S CONCRETE 

CALL FOR ALL YOUR 

CONCRETE NEEDS... 

Sidewalks, Driveways, 

BLvk Basements. Patio, Barn Work. 

FREE ESTIMATES 

0111:681-4541 

Jttut Sairs, Art You Sated? 



FOR SALE 

Silk Flowers And Greens 

Geraniums, Fuchias 

Baskets-Ring, Wall 

And Hanging Baskets 

711 Arnold Ave. North 

I-S P.M. 

Tele.! 681-1991 



FOR SALE- Oarago In Nonhwostom 

TraJor Court. sinaUt car. aluminum door, 
Le i XS5. 661-5469 o«minrjs. F3146p 

WINDSHIELD REPAIR - Stono chips. 

irrvrf brooks, opprox. 10% roplaoomonl 
cc:l Most Insurants compamos woivo 
rii^utttlo. For troo osBmato* call 681- 
-1233. Andorson Windihlold Ropulr. 



SEWING MACHINE RopoJr - 30 yoan 

Dxporlonco, work guaxantood, ropain 
modo In your homo or bring; maehino to 



WE HAVE UOVEOt Tho Kid* KolkKtkxi 
is now In tho Icrmor Thlriiy Cut location. 
Wo havo lots ol now things, como too us 
thorol F6tS2c 

REBUILD THOSE itorton and 
altornators. wo havo part* lor moil 
makos. Stop out (or Iroo animator 
RomonuEocturod unit* ore also avaiablo, . 
TR SalvOQO. 601-6221. NM3-25rJc 



S1.1W.00 vabo. first 5350.00 ft..... _ 
Novor boon usod. coll a tor 5 p.m.. 964- 
5557. 4147c 




HU3QVARHA TBJMMER brush cutter 
jnd blowers, ara now al RV Sport). Inc., 

T HF 661-1007. lUSc 

EHJOY THE Rod Lako FoIU Dufflngton 



WE SERVICE Marlnor. Morcury. 
Ev»irudo. Johnson. MorCrUsor, Cobra. 
Vorvo. Oono* Manno. Montor. MN, 210- 
C 37205O. NM11ia-24e 

FOH SALE- Two Wl-ilio dryor chairs. 
^ydrau6c stylng chair, ■Rol-o-oout" rooor 
cay stand, largo styfng staBon «nth ttnk 
and 30"«40* mirror, call 064-5650 
anylimo. J400 takes all tl( plocot. 



Hattock. 843-3466. 1M6P 



Moiroo 6-oooom plow. HuktUnson grain 
doanor. flokJ scrapor; 1966 Chav. lan- 
dom truck itool tew. Vorsatllt CRP 
twalhor. 216-261-6662. 1U6p 



WORK WANTED- Oeckt, garages. 
eomonL shooTock. thinglng. I novo tie 
toolt and know how to do fco (ob. 15- 
yoar* otpononco. 964-5463. F2t46p 



Machinery 



Comfortmaker 
Air Conditioning 
is the Answer 

■ A Comfortmaker 
central air condition- 
ing system can be 
matched exactly to 
your home. 

■ High efficiency 
design saves energy 
-cuts cooling bills 
-all summer long. 

■ Built-in Com- 
fortmaker quality 
assures long years 
of dependable 
operation. 

Rain Care Co. 

John P. Lovly 

Hettlng/AIr Conditioning 

Goodrldge, MN 

378-4641 

Control 1 1 HO MBf 



Call for FREE Estimate 



NEW 1991 Belarus (arm tractors. 31 hp. 
to 335 hp. Juno Mature- Model 625. 65 
h p . 4 WO, cob, $12,900.00; Modol 1770. 
ISO h.p. articulaiod, $32,340. Oroal 
pricos on lentlblo, down-to-oorth 
traeton. SoH-levoing loaders, $2,060.00. 
Now and utod part*. Loato plr 



FOR SALE- Dakon baio lorii and two 
accumulators. $5X00; alto 14-fL boat. 
motor, tmlor. 661-6057. H46p 

FOR SALE- NH balo wagon. V1024. 
$1,200.00 or best oltor 4-tpood manual 
transmission (ram 1976 Chov. pickup, 
hoavy-duty. $225.00. 216-762-5205. 

FOR SALE- Two 1400 Now Holland 
comblnot. cab. air. Molroo pick-ups, 
good condition, itrafghl hoodon. and 
tunllowor attachment* avallablo. coll 
21B-064-6369. F2M6p 

FOR SALE- John Dooro 640 (Ido 
oolivory hay tako. 674-4541. It46p 

FOR SALE- John Dooro cuWvotor, twolvo 
loot and (our bottom plow, 681-2136. 



FOR SALE 

103 VERSATILE. SP. 18-FT. 

SWATHER; NO. 36 MASSEY 

S.P. 16-l-T. SWATHER: 1976 

FORD 1-TON TRUCK 

681-4028 



FOR SALE- 1456 IH tractor, cab, air. 
duals dual hydrauftc*. In* PTO; JD 106, 
cab. Molroo pickup, 661-6740. 11460 
WANTED TO BUY- Gloanor M combine 
wftSosol motor, in good condition. 465- 

4561. map 

FOR SALE- Now Holland model 310 
tquara botor, good condDon, 294-6236. 

H46p 

FOR SALE- 273 Now HoBand balor, al- 
ways thoddod. JD. open flight olovator, 
65" 160 4-bonom tnl plow, trip bottom 
18-1/2" JD. C-M Bokfeuh. 253-2602. 



ROCKPICKER, DISCS. Cultivators. 
$100.00 to $1,400.00; 14-fL to 16-11. 
thitoi plow*. $350.00 to $950.00; 4-5 
bottom trip-baam plows; 7-bottom 
AWroo; B-boBom Ifl* Makoo; smnhon; 
34-fi. multtwoodors, grain ougors, fuol 
tank*. 400 gol.; phono 218-754-4321. 
F2143p 



rnko, 12-fL John Dooro slnglo disc two 
John Doom high toll whoot drills. 14-1/2 
ft C.C. Bold cutttvator, 964-5442. 2l47p 

FOR SALE- IHC 46 baktr. $400; JD. 
plow 4-14 ground lift, $200; (ortJIlior 
tproooor. 12-lL, $150. 95 J.D. oombino. 

$400. 463-1408. 1H6p 

RADIATOR REPAIH- Why rocoro whon 
wo moybo obto to robuPd7 No Job too big 
or too tmoll. Col for (roo ottlmato, TR 
SrJvago. 681-8221. NM3-25tIc 



HOLTAIM 
IRON 

TKaU Rtveil FALLS 

IS BUYING IRONI 

Located On Hwy. 59 North 
Behind Piie* WorU 

NOWPAYING 

CUT IRON *55toh 

C0UNtHYMIX...*35TON 
CARS » TIN *20ton 



Truck Weighing Service 
Available On SHe. 



681-1210 

PICKUP SERVICE AVAILABLE 



I FOR SALE 
8 Row Cultivator 
w/Rotllng Shields 
Don Joppru 681-2602 Days 
or68i-46B5 Evenings 



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PORTABLE AND SHOP 
•Pros* Work' La iha Work 

• Stick & Win Food 

• Aluminum 770 Woking 

• OuUkkt WoodBoilort 

Smiley Bridge Rd. (Co. No. 7) 

RLIBoijg Ooodridg*, UN 58723 

681-7188 



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lido ntiol (roo oxcitlng do tail* I Singlai 
Connections. P.O. Box 9932-N, Fargo, 
NO 58103. S44rJo 

FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Starting 
at $795 tor V-flt. 12-monIh. 12.000 mSo* 
wommty. Don't Mochlno Shcp, Fotston, 
MN. Phono 218-4358379. or toB froo 1- 
800-448-1516. 89tfo 



For Rent 

SKID 

STEER 

LOADERS 



Attachments Available 

• MANURE BUCKET 

• GRAIN BUCKET 
•PALLET FORKS 

• DIRT BUCKET 

• CONCRETE HAMMER 

• POST HOLE AUGER 



OB 800 loooor with oropplo fork, good 
condbon, $2,000.00, 681-8221. NM3- 
25Ho 

FOR SALE- Ford round balor, 1552, Bold 
roady, big bolo*. tolophono 218-628- 

. 3643. H46p ■ ; _ i 

FOR SALE- 25Q Owatonno 14-11. soK- 
propbtlod iwathor, Hold roady, $500, 
378-4320. IMBp 



FOR SALE- Woods rotary mowors, bolU, 
blodos, plowtharat. thins, landiWot, 
moldboardt, cultivator twoopi. slnglo 
point*, doubto points, twit tod chlsolt, 
boili, 284-6370. NM4t6p 



FOR SALE- 70 John Doom with F- 11 
Farmhand londor and p.r, VAI Cato 
tractor, coil 356-8297. F3t50p 



FOR BALE- Ono No. 6 John Dooro 7-fl 
powor mowor vrith hydrautlo cytndor; No. 
273 Now Hotand balor, Dko now; ono 45- 
R. Ersklno balo otovator, tolophono 218- 
687-4473. F2U8p 

FOR SALE- Vortatlto sprayer. 300 oal., 
gougo whool* on boomi, alto S-row 30* 
RQ-630 John Doom row crop cultivator, 

coll 681-3335. 4147c 

FOR SALE- B John Dooro tractor with 
hydraulics, Rock shall, vory goad 
condition, alio 1988 Polarlt 250 4- 
whoolor, vory nico, 681-2278. lU6p 

FORSALE- Utod mowori, 212 J.D.now- 
ry overhauled 42 In. dock, $1,600; 125 
Cub Cadet hydro, 12 h.p., 42 In. deck, 
$905; J-0. pu«h mowor, 4 h.p. Brings, 
boogor, $150. 424 Dixon, $1,600. 3 A J 
Sport*, 218-782-2988. IMSp 

FOR SALE- 190XT Alls ChaJmors, good 
condUon, ihroo point, loir Uras, 064- 
. 6484.2146P . , -,. ,w--.^ 

FOR BALE- John Dooro tldo dollvory ;, 
rnto on rubber, 18-11. bale otovotor with 
motor. 681-7611. 1(46p 



FARM MACHINERY, 
HOUSEHOLD, 



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NELSON 
EQUIPMENT 

Bwy. 50 North 
Thief River Fall*. MN 

681-1997 



StuB & <Donna (Pafiten 




Tuesday, June 18, 1991 



LOCATION: National Guard Armory, Thief River Falls, MN 
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY BOY SCOUT TROOP 57 



Small Emorson Rettlgoralor 
Frlgldolrs Refrigerator 
2 - Twin Beds 

Couch Roll- A way Bod 

Quasar TV Desk 

Table and 8 Chairs 
Small Wlckar Tibia 
Full-Sire Bod with Bookcase 

Headboard 
Dratser w/Ulrror Chest of Drawers 
Occasional Chairs 
Antique Buftot Coffee Table 
Singer Triadle Sowing Machine 
End Table* 



L)dJM*M\M}Whl 



6 - Oesks: Largo. Small. T4*tai, 

wood 
II -Office Chain 
2 - Typewriter Standi 
4 - Four Drawer File Cabinets 
Sato Uotal Cabineti 

2- Drawer File Time Dock 



6-Drawer Open File Cabinet 

Digital Docwritof II Keyboard 

4 -New Omega Phono* 

2 -Artificial Trees 

Rolodex File Folders 

Double index Drawer 

End Tables Waste Basket* 

miMUMimaMMSBam 



Gas-Powered Wood Trimmer 



B-Amp Battery Charger 
Rakes, Hoo*. Shovels 
Wheelbarrow Torps 
(UrTink Lawn Chairs 

2 - 4-FI. Tool Chests 
3-Whool Hand Cart 
fTxIO* Tent with Poles 
Sleeping Bag Car Top Canter 



■ ■ — 

Microwave Lamps 

Wooden Doll House wFwnlture 

12-Pc Stonowore Set 

Luggage Picture* ft Frame* 

Canister Vacuum 

Dehumldlllor Netting Dowla 

Cookbook* and Book* 

Small Electrical Appliance* 

Miscellaneous Olihes: Hull, Haeger, 

Frankomo 
Vasee, Planters and Figurines 
Poti and Pans Knlckknacks 
Other MscMlanoous Household 



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Fishing Rod* and Tackle 
Exercl** Bike Kerosene Hooter 
Coolers Metal Shelf 

BeartlndoT Radar Detector 
Luggage Wood Crates 

Many Other Miscellanoou* Items. 
Too Numerous To Mention 



LEAH FORTIER ESTATE 

MRS. BEATRICE FROELICH - MRS. PAT THOMPSON 



TERMS: CASH. No*mg ,„ 



Clerk: Auctlon-2-Setl 

AuctIon-2-Sell ' 



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Saturday, June 15, 1991 



TIME: 10:00 A.M. 



LUNCH SERVED 



LOCATION: TOWN OF PLUUUER 



WMIHirMMMM 



560 LH. Tractor, Diesel, W.F, PTO 
MJL SO Special Combine 
90 Mil Combine For Parts 
J.D. f215 14' Swalhor, Woter-Coolod 

Mn. 250 aravtty Sox on Mn. Running 

aienco 16' Cultivator 

J.D.4-Botlom14--Plow 

2-12" Cultivator* Grease Gun* 

4-Sectlon Stool Dreg 

J.D. Disc J.D. 10* Drill 

30W Grain Auger wATloctrto Motor 

22* Grain Auger w/EJectric Motor 

Hydraullo Rams Post Hole Digger 

Fuol Oil Barrel and Pump 

Post Moll Handyman: 

Coulters Chains 

Miscellaneous Shop Tools 



AUCTIONEERS NOTE 

This aala - comprise* three 
psnw rsi or is olbefcx^ainoaoeBedtw 

Ptunmer. Durtnfl the poet 70 year*, 
"e fsrally ti " 



in Jock 



Now Ktlchen Sink 
Aq uarlum Stand Stepttool 
Serving Trays Moot Saws 
Lofso Stand 2-C*rdTsbloa 

Laundry Tub, Double 
Miscellaneous Baby Furniture 
Cannon and Conning Supplies 
Ice Cream Maker, Eloctrto 
Portable Strstch-SUtch Sewing 

Mochlno 
Sot ot Dlihoa Lamps 
Manual Typewriter 
19" GE Color TV end Stand 
Hamper Vacuum Cleaner 
Box Fan Kerosene Hooter 
Knllo Sharpening Supplies 
Microwave Dishes 

5-HP. Garden Tiller 5-FL Steplodder 
11-H.P. Int Riding Lawnmowet 
2rrPushMower irPushMower 
Forks, Rakes, Shovels, Hoes 
Qarden Hoses Grass Clipper 
Ton Weed Trimmer. Dectrlo 
Miscellaneous Garden Supplies 
Tree Trimmer Sews 

Hand A Power Tools 



«j.i.-H»;«rM.M.j=M 

5 1/2-HP. Olnton Outboard Motor 
20-H.P. Johnson Outboard Motor 
RshlngRods 2-OunCablnota 
Lota of Animal Traps (Gopher and 

Box of Fishing Reels 
Duck and Goose Decoys 
Duck Blind Fish Spear 

Hand too Auger Minnow Buckets 
Landing Net Ufa Jacket* 

Canoe Paddle Gas Lantern 
Coolers Binoculars 

Duck, (loose A Miscellaneous Calls 
Hip Boots Wood Gun Rack 

.45 Caliber Musket Loader 
2-BowtlngBalla Snow Shoes 
BBGuns Hunting Bow 

Ice Chisel Boat Seat 

Etectrlo Depth Finder 
Fish Bosket Tackle Baxea 

Catalytic Heater 



Blue and White Opal Accent Gloss 
Cream Separator loo Tongs 
swede Sew Brush Scythe 

Post Mooaxlnos Hay Scythe 
Two-Bushel Oraln Scoop 
Hubcaps Cream Cans 

2 -Children's Desks 
Clothe* Drying Racks 
Wood Folding Chairs 
Jack Buck Saw 

Wood Soda Pop Crataa 
Hand Cultivator Plcturo Framos 
Trunk Hot Plate 

jugs Avon Battles 

Kitchen Tools Wood Crates 
Scale Red Wing Crocks 

Miscellaneous Battles and vases 
Boll ond Mason Jars 
Indian Basket Shoo Stand 
Wash Board* Wringer 
Sauerkraut Shredder 
Hand-Crank Ice Cream Maker 
Wood Decorative Shelves 
Bankers Boxes Serving Platter* 
Shoot Music, Doted Bock To 1920*s 
' Dishes Typewriter 

Pounded Metal Trays 
Porcelain and Obvesk Vases 
Adding Mochlno Comer Bookcase 
Piano Secretarial Desk 

Largo Rocker Music Cabinet 
Spool Cabinot Humrnond Clock 
EJeetric Card Table 
Books Irons 

Collectors Miniature Bottles 



FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES 



Numerous Decorative Flower Pots 



Plenlo Table and Benches 
Conoo Tables Dinette Tatrio 
Portable Seers Dlshwoshsr 
Hotpolnt Microwave 
Kitchen Table and 4 Chairs 
Black A Docker Coffee Maker 
2 -Food Processors 
2-FryDoddys Dutch Oven 
Hassling Pans 2-Elec.Hosstera 
Wame Iron EJoet-tc Uxor 

Rolling 3-Tler Serving Cart 
Electric Griddle Buffet 
Hotpotnt Washer A Dryer 
Cup and Saucer Shelves 



Bowing Machine In Cabinet 
Dining Roam Table and 4 Chairs 
3 - LMng Room Couches 
Redlner Bods 

Chests of Drawers 
Smoll 2-Orower Chest 
16 Cu. Ft Chest Freezer 
20J Cu. FL Cheat Freezer 
Baby Crib Rotlaway Bed 

Black and White Console TV 
Hassocks End Table 

Wood Kitchen Table 
Clock Radio Old Refrigerator 

30-Cup Coffee Pot 



TERU9: Ca*hOr,Oowi Chock. All 
uloa flnal. Purdaae* oie ta M paid 
lor tamo day as auction and nothing <* 



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and CM 



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tospontJtiiMy lor i 
ulo lulne. SUIomonts macM saM day 
lata procodoneo over at BOv»miino. 
N« retpcmUo Kr accldenu. 



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Auctioneers 

{JUJ.OHUS 




Friday, June 7 t 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 19 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Hay, Feed, Seed 



ALFALFA HAYLAND for rent, 10 acrot 
also alfalfa grass mixtura avallablo 681- 
2211. 2140p 

KAY- 1901 crop alfalfa, ttack movor, sal 
up wtth Bonco round balo toador; 45' Mot- 
roe harrow. Rod Lako Foil*, 253-2661 or 
. 253-2264. F3t50p 

FOR SALE- Big beJo* ol dairy and boo I 
ouatty ollafla hoy. can dolivor. col 4G5- 
4485 oftor 6 p^n. NM4-1tte 



Hay, Feed, Seed 



Situation Wanted 

WANTED- Motorcycle, lownmowor, and 



PRlNTTNa - For all your printing noode 
ttop al Tho Tkno*, 324 Main Avo. North, 
Thlof FUvor Fast or cal 681-4450. 65 dp 



Situation Wanted 



AUCTION SAtEl 

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Time- 11 A.M. 

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AUCTION EEFtfJ NOTE: 




m. i .'lH'iu.'H.'ii ass m i ,',— Hilfjiiuliyil 

jo. cca. .r n.id Cuit.-t.or r ,**„ c^.g,, ru ,- | | , ||f-fH^o.o; ! i:i4»Ht-fJ 

A.CirSlneUO»li B. M .Blov.»IWn 9 #r.l« MnWgodllm 

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SBSBBBBUQi^^SaBBBBBal rCUpUJair 



S-fl*c»n xnir Huron 



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REPAIR 

& 

SALES 



681-2767 



FOR SALF, 

HoLSicin/Holstcin Cross Feeder 
Calves (400 lbs. and up) Holstcin 

Bull: Tested Doar Pigs Of 
Serviceable Age (Good Selection) 
681-4028 



WANT TO BUY- Hotttoei Dairy cows, 
doto up or In oorty lactation, 12* bom ex- 
haust fans, round boles of oat* straw (or 
beddng, call 681-8870. 2l45p 



PUREBRED ANGUS bus* br *oio. ktr- 
etjfy totted, porfdrrnonoo totted, otto t7* 
crxsol plow and 6-80 busho! hog toodort, 
phono 253-2308, NM4I7p 



COMMUNITY AUCTION 



STANDING AT STUD: Black. AQUA. 
Trlpio Chick. Doublo Thlido. King. J«* 
brooding. 18.1 hands. Introductory foo 
$100.00 cash. Llvo laal guarontoo. 
Phono 218-378-4504 Gwdridgo. F2t48p 



KORSESHOEIrrO, graduato larrior, trim- 
ming and ihoolng, 218-843-2103. 

NMllfc 



SPONSORED BY. 

WIARREW BOY SCOUTS 



FURNACES 

♦ GAS* Oft* WOOD 
♦ ELECTRIC 

Salei/Servico/lnstallation 
COUNTRY MATING 

NORMAN STENVK378-4230 
OoodridgoVMN 



FOH SALE- A good wlocDon of purobrod 
yoarling Angus bulls. SovoraJ Al from 
promlnont tiros. Can dolivor. ContocI 
Poior Solom, 2)8-881-5208 or Altrod 
Solom, 218-681-3807. NKMt3p ^ 

FOR SALE- 10 Hoittoin cows, troth in 
March and April, Now Holland balo 
wagon, modal 1000, sall-contalnod. In 
good condition. Varsalllo 400 15-It, 
swathar. now canvatot, porlocl 
condition. 964-6714. 2UGp 
FOR SALE- Ono Angus hard tiro 3-yaara 
old. slrod by EAF. Entorprtto yoarilng 
Angus bulls with porformanco rocords 
ovnJflblo. Crelgmilo Angus, Don or Paul, 
643-2720. 843-2553 or 1343-3656. NM2- 

letjc 

ATTENTION FARMERS: Cash on tho 
farm for thin, lama and slow catda. Also 
down and disable* cottto and hogs. 
Plooso col 218-935-2695 or 038-4137 
nnytimo. NM14t6-17p 

Situation Wanted 

HOUSE PAINTING- Froo ostimalo*. 
oxporioncod, roosonablo ratot, coll 681- 
7359, Siovo. NMItfc 

WOULD LIKE tomeono to thara an 
Use Times' Classified Ads for best eportmont. collogo itudont also, kltchon 
results. Call 6S 1-4450 lo place your ""o 1 "" privllogo*. coll 681-6030 aftor 4 



LICENSED DAYCARE homo has open- 
ing* (or 3 ruB-Bmo chikfron. Nutritious 
moalt, fun backyard. G3 1-7423. 37tfc 



FOR ALL YOUR 
REPAIR NEEDS 

. Chain Saws - Snowmobilos 

Snow Blowors - Outbontdo 

Inboards & I.O. Drives • All Small 

Eoglnos - Lawn Mowora & Bidora 

NORM'S REPAIR 

■sales* be rtvee ^xMXXJBMOwuoawa 
1z07N.Duluth TWefRlverFani 

eat-3340 



Singer Sewing 

Machine 
Colored TV 
Exercise Bikes 
Swing Sel 
Golf Clubs & Bag 
Davenports & 

Chairs 
Rockers 
Single Cots 
Humidifiers 
Wringer Washing 

Machine 



Extension Rods- 
Gas Grills 
School Desk 
Lawn Mowers 
Bicydes 
Furniture 
Power Washer 
Trees Skis 
Table Tennis 
Many Gift 
Certificates 



Cases of Oil 
Cases of Pop 
Carpet Samples 
Bags of Dog/Cat 

Food 
Sporting Equipment 
Tools 

Venetian Blinds 
Bowling Balls 
Chain Lamps 
Vacuum Cleaners 
Badminton Act 



Clorks; Donated By First American Bank and 

Peoples State Bank 

Auctioneer. MICK RAPACZ 



FARM MACHINERY 
A EQUIPMENT 

AUCTION 

Wednesday, June 19, 1991, 10*0 ajl 

LOCATED:} miles oast of Lsngdon, NO on Hwy. 8 and 3 mllee south. 



EXCEPTIONAL FARM 
MACHINERY A EQUIPMENT 

AUCTION 

Tuesday, June 18, 1991 io:ooaal 

LOCATED; 1*1/2 mltos ms| of Drayton, ND, and 1/2 mile south; or from 
Dansldson, MN, 11 mlloo west, and 1/2 mile south, (farm Is ittmllo south 
ofBobbln^Mr" ' "* '"' - 



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Saturday, June 15, 1991 



11:00 A.M. 



3-BEDROOM HOME FOR SALE 

Open for vtowfng day ol auction. 
For further tolomatlon, contact Flynn Realty, SB1-6050. 



BO0hn J tE»iIi>: 1irTBJ0 ««0CJUI.QH.S- 
ck titcti. PTO, 3-fiyO, good 1S4-3I HdUl 

(KWO hn, thvp, good cond.); IB12JUC 

Fumtll H. NF, PTO, tMliy pump I t»i pvikty, 



JUCJ£ now »«. remy rati 
HftVjNQFOlllPMFNT; 

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tMdawt, ce huv* btk tut 

PTHER EQUIPMENT ; 
ton? u.vr»ni (C*nv) 77 iio* Pio lug 
nvg out noppn, [wy goad eomti; Uiwj-fijf i 

r ??^' , 5*:.* toe-n r" "" — " J " 



10-T. MD 

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1 1 running ottr, EfltLoX 
mud: jurat j.pi. tie*. 

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(Qui now); liooti 3-pl. tpKyi' wfTO 



UlldllUUdm ■.'MIMaJ.JMlsl 



RCA Conaolo Color TV with 

Romolo 
Frlgldalro Stacking Washer & 

Dryor 
Antique Dresser with Mirror 
2 - Doublo Bedroom Sets 
Dinette Set, 2 Leaves, 4 

Chairs 
Couch and Matching Choir 
Console Pull-Out Dining Tablo 
While Sewing Machine In 

Cabinet 
Slngor Troodlo Sowing 

Machine 
2 - Full-Slie Iron Beds 
Upright Freezor 
Rocking Chair 
Antlquo Floor Lamp 

Pole Lamps 

Occasional Tablo 
High Chair Dosk 



Magazine Rack 
Cookware Bakeware 
Utility Cart Cupboard 
Toaster Oven 

Christmas Tree & Decorations 
Cookbooks, Somo Old 
Largo Blue Enamol Coffee Pot 
Full Longth Mirror 
Ironing Board Hamper' 
Bathroom Shelf 
Folding Chairs 
Motet Shelves TV Trays 
Mixer Toaster 

Kltchon Utensils 
MlscDIshos Knlckknacks 
Pictures & Wall Docoratlons 
Bedding and Pillows 
Towels end Llnons 
.Crochet Thread, Yam, Fabric 
Craft Pattern a & Magazlnos 
Other Misc. Household Hems 



MISCELLANEOUS 



Home Security Systom 
Electric Lewnmower 
Rochargoable Grass Clipper 
Gordon Tools Stopladdor 
Several Orange Crates 
Several Radios 
Wind Chimes Luggogo 



Folding Camping Table 
Rag Cream Can 

Many Old Books 
Garden Hose and Reel 
^ Storm Door Fur Coat 
Othor Miscellaneous Horns 
Too Numorous To Monti on 



PR Auction-2-Soll FMI 

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The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Lost & Found 



LOST tN TRF- Mart wedoVig nog, in tv> 
bo< gold wilti cSamondi acroil tho 
□and. Col 681-6054. nhw 6 p.m II no 
answer, pteasa toavo il al the Law Enlor- 

ccmont Center. 8S2o 

Campers 

FOR SALE* ff p**up eampar, 3 burner 
lave, furnace, tco box. now jacks, good 
condtton. 782-2474, Gtoonouah. 1M6p 

PALOU1NO POP-UP pickup camper, 
ikwpt tour, gai/otoctie rofrigoraior, got 
rango and tumaca, porta-pony Induood, 
cicollortt condaon. 964-S583. 4UBp 
FOR SALE* Tow Low camper, gxcotont 
condition, cad 681-4407 ator 8:30 p.m. 
2i47p 



MotoreycleS'ATVs 



Autos, Trailers 



CoRipkaliraOl 

MOTORCYCLE 

BATTERIES 

ALTUPOIIBttTTBY.CO. 
HqllSM mtlB TWFrrtFA 



FOR SALE- 1977 Iff Potomlno hard tido 
told-oul campor trailer, itova with own, 
pa* olocnc fridge, iloops 6, Richard 
Jordo. 681-4739 Of 681-2604. 1l46p 

CAUPER FOR SALE- 1975 17- ft Jayco, 

goi/oloctne Bidgo. irwwar, toaot, vary 

!ood condition. 31.750.00, 681-2673. 
2146p 

FOR SALE- 1975 Dodgo Mnihoma, 360 



19B0 230 LTD Kawataki. oxcollonl 
ihape, ifmrp, dart rad, 4.700 actual 
milot, $495.00, 281-5373. 1M6p 

11UST SELL- 1878 Yamaha 650 Special, 
backrott, cargo rack, highway pogt. low 
mil«. 5500,00 or bott eflor, 681-2673, 
F2M6p 

FOR SALE- 1980 Yamaha 550. ihali 
drivo. 1977 Monarch, 302, air, 80.000 
mint, good car, alto Wanlod: roar tract* 
Bros, (ha 10x36, C International; 8 h.p. 
Brigga Vortical ihan, and used outtido 
wood fumaco. 465-4485. 4U7c 



1975 EL DORADO 12" ovorhoad pickup 
com por, good condition, SI. 500. i960 
550 Suzuki. oxcoBont condition, $600, 1- 
218-463-3524. 2146p 

FOR SALE- .972 Dodo* nwtorhomo. 
27-lL Ma-containod. J3.900.W: 27-ft, 
tandom axle 5lh-whoel trailer, S1.000.00, 

465-4268. 1U6p 

FOR SALE- Camper, ttoepa tut. Mil- 
contained, rumoeo, ieobox, novo, groat 
thopo. $750.00. 681-35*3. 1l46p 

FOR SALE-B' pickup campor, iloopa (U, 
flove, refrigerator, oven, excellent 
cendtion, 681-7593. 1i46p 

FOR SALE- 9" Texwn pickup camper, 
ttovo. (ridgo, oven, tollot, lurnuco, 
51.000, call 294-6463. tU6p 

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| machinory, (too pickup/torvico, 281-681- 

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FOR SALE- 1985 Honda 700 Shadow, 
black In color, oxcollonl ihapo, call 253- 
4426 after 5 p.m. 1146p 

FOR SALE- 1984 Yamaha Vonturo, 
1200cc. 5,600 miloa, extra chromo, 
erofie. highway pogt. AM/FWeaMono, 
cuatom paint, tu-tono bluo, mint. 
S3.B0O.00, call atlor tix. 437-8195. 

F3t46p 

1978 YAMAHA motorcyclo. toll 
roaionabry. now Omni water filter, out- 
lido (uboito* chimrtoy itovo plpo, 681- 

8027. 1M6p 

FOR SALE- 1070 400cc dirt biko. 
1400,00/obo, 698-4266, atk far Dan. 

NM6tBp- 

MOTORCYCLE BATTER1E3 lor talo. 
compioto Eno Hod wtlh odd, charged. 
randy to ga. Attn Powor BaSory Co., 
681-6425, Thiol River FaHi. 2411c 

FOR SALE- 1981 750cc Yamaha 
motorcydo. Ploato can daytmo, B74- 
7265 or ovoningi. 661-2377. F2148C 
FOR SALE- 1964 Honda Shadow VTC 
700. rod, low mfloago, oxcoBant, mako 
Dftor. 681-6740. 1I46p 



1983 CHRYSLER Cordoba, gray. Ichl 
gray Intortor. air. cniio, white wdewall 
ttnti. SI. 600. 386-3464 evoningi. 2147p 

FOR SALE- 1979 Mercury Cougar, a 1 , 
auto, air, hitch, ro baMo winter car, $700, 
C81-7734. 1l46p 

FOR SALE- 1073 3/4-ton Chov. pickup. 
350. 4-BBL. 2WD. good work or farm 
truck. 681-2366 after S pm. 2t47p 

FOR SALE- I960 Ford F-150. 4x4. 6- 
cylinder. 4-ipood, toppor. fiat $1,800 CO 
toko* tL 21B-2S32014. F2148p 

FOR SALE- 1989 Dodgo Colt, 29.000. 
oicollont condition, 4-tpood. call 658' 

44 72, 1l4Gp 

FOR SALE- 1084 Ford Rangor 
topper, call 681-2684 or 681-4950 ' 

p.m. 114Gp 

1989 FORD Toutia. 4-door. V-6, 
cnito, air, ttoroo tope, ipii! toatt. 
lock*, and moro, 50,000 
roaionnblo, will take older trad 

661-6690 or 68f-aift. IM6p 

FOR SALE- 1953 Chovy 2-doof Bolair. 
rum woJl. look* good, caO Roseau 4&3- 
1817. 1t4Cp 

1979 MEHCURY. 4-door, good thopo. 
North Dakota car. ale, AM/FM caitoRo. 
cruiio, p.».. now rubber, $675.00/obo. 
681-2270. 2M7p 

FOR SALE- 1979 Old*. Cutlaii 
Supromo. 8.000 mlloi on now 350 
ongino. Many oxirai, thorp, alio For 
Sub- I960 Honda moUrcyclo. oxcollonl 
cendmon. call Brooki, 696-4293. 2t46p 



FOR SALE- 1988 Chovy Aitro mini von, 
von exprotf convortion, air, tilt, orulw. 
AM/FM coitetio, powor wlndowa and 
locks, 29,000 mile*, oxcoflant condition, 

681-6583 artorSp.m. 1146p 

FOR SALE- 1987 Ponlioo 6000 SE 
wagon, 57,000 mlos, loaded. 745-5720. 

1146p 

FOR SALE- 1970 Lincoln Coobnontal. 

mint condition, now rubber. 

all power, runt oxcoilent, $1,995, 681- 

7526. 1H6p 

FOR SALE- 1989 Plymouth Vayogor. oi- 
collont condiilon. 53,000 mlloi. air, 
cnJto, AM/FM Btoroo cBMoao. navy blue 
oxtonor, illvor Intorlor. For mora Informa- 
tion call 681-8632. 2146c 



Mptoroyoles-ATVs 

SUZUKI 4-WHEELER3 h itodt kx kn- 
modlaB) doUvory. Modoai from 80-28 
Inducing King Ouod. RV SporB, t 
Hwy. 1 WoU.TRF. 681-1007. 1146c 

FOR SALE- 1975 360 Honda, good 
beginner bfta, asking $100.00. 681-4923 
or681-77S6, ntk for Bruco. Il46p 



FOR SALE- 1983 Yamaha *650* 
Horttago Spodal motorcyclo, 1,300 mloi, 

coP 681-2339. 1U6p 

FOR SALE- 1976 750 Honda Supor 
Sport, in good condition and ready to go. 
Aiding $500.00. Col 631-6148. 24tfo 



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FOR SALE- 1984 Chov: Colobrny, V-4, 
automatic, high miles, but nlco, 
$2.200.007000. 681-2729. Il46p 

4-CYUNDER 2JL Ford ongino In good 
running order: 4-tpood trontmisalon Tor a 
Ford Counor. S100.00; ctd 782-2128. 
H46p 

FOR SALE- 1985 Ponttac Grand Prix 
Brougham, 67,000 miloi, vory good 
condbon. 294-6551. 1M6p 

FOR SALE- 1988 Ford Eacort, 2-door, 
38.000 mQoi. oaiy on got, 681-3776. 
F4S2p 



older trade. DLR. 681-6800 or 681-81 11. 



FOR SALE- 1077 2-door Plymouth 
Volaro. It hoi ruit but ffw ongino and 
transmit ilon nro tound.' Phono 874- 
7585. 1M6p ;. 

1B8B CHEV. Celebrity. 4-door. 2.8 V-6, 
tilt crulto, o>, tplit toatt. new tjrpt, 
59,000 mlioi.,vory good condiifon, will 
tako older trado. DLR. 681-8890 or 681- 
flllt. IMSp^ •'. -,». 

FOR SALE- 1978 Dodgo RV/van, 318. 
air, tunrool, now brakot, fufl pump, and 
tiros In front, oxcoDont roar Urea, good 
running ardor. $l,500.0(Vobo. 674-6122 
after 6:00. 2t47p 

FOR SALE- 1990 Grand Am. rad. 18,000 
mHo», kwdod, $9,B0O.0O, coll 681. 
F2t46p 

1970 CAMARO. too many now para » 
Utt $3.000.007obo. Phil aftor 4:00 pm. 

681-8621. 2l47p 

FOR SALE- 1977 Maverick. 4-door. now 
dmi and wator pump, no rust or donbj, 
runt groat, coll 681-1271 oflor 4:00. 
lU8p 



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Public invited to Dairy Day 

(Continued from Pigc 1) 



Awards presentation is sched- 
uled for 2 pjn. with Delorcs Andol 
of the Roseau county extension 
office and Region I Princess 
Michelle Anderson presiding. 
Chad Schlauderail, 13, of Detroit 
Lakes, will receive a purebred 
Holstcin dairy calf from the 
Sheldon Erickson and Son herd at 
Badger as showman of the grand 
champion grade animal at the 1990 
Northwest Dairy Day. 

Other awards will be presented 
for junior and senior showmanship, 
best uddered cow, grand champion 
grade, grand champion purebred, 
grand champion of the show, 
Gerald Hamrc memorial award for 
best individual dairy herd (three 
animals shown by one exhibitor), 
county herd (five animals from one 
county), junior champion, Stuart 
McLeod award and awards for 10 
and 11 years of participation. 

Every exhibitor at the Dairy Day 
cattle show receives a participation 
award which is ilifTercrti for each 
year of participation. In order of 
first through 11th year of competi- 
tion the awards include wash halter, 
show halter, grooming kit, show 
blanket, travel alarm clock, cow 
halter, calculator, transistor radio, 
cow clipper and engraved trophy. 

State dismisses 
discrimination 
case against Arctco 

(Continued from Page 1) 

attempt to resolve all of Boroos' 
complaints about the conditions in 
the welding shop area by holding 
several meetings with Boroos and 
supervisors. Documentation and 
witness interviews verify Boroos' 
contention that extra efforts were 



All exhibitors also receive rib- 
bons for their placing in the respec- 
tive classes. 

Funding for Dairy Day is pro- 
vided by business and professional 
people in Thief River Falls and a 
number of area communities and by 
creameries and banks throughout 
Region 1. 

Officers of the Northwest Dairy 
Improvement association in addi- 
tion to Person as president ore 
Amos Thompson, Crygla, vice 
president; Jim Matson. Thief River 
Falls, treasurer; and Dcnisc Aunc, 
Thief River Falls, secretary- 
Other directors arc' Harvey 
Baker, Lake Bronson; Rodney 
Twistol, Klcm Oigstad, Lylc 
Swanson and Dale Rupprccht, 
Thief River Falls; Robert Eaton. 
Roseau; John Lunde and Ron 
Peterson, Bemidji; Sheldon 
Erickson, Badger, Milt Peterson, 
Plummer; George Koch, Puposky; 
and Dale Springer, Fosston. 

Ex-officio directors arc Kenneth 
Stalbocrgcr, Land O'Lakcs coopera- 
tive; Gene Watnaas, fie Id man for 
the American Dairy Association of 
Minnesota; and Mylo Carlson, rep- 
resenting the Red River Valley 
Dairymen's association. 

made in an attempt to ensure 
Boroos' success on the job. includ- 
ing. assigning her to the caster 
welding jobs and allowing her extra 
breaks for medical reasons. Wit* 
nesses generally stated that she was 
given preferential treatment by 
Arctco and that her foul language 
was often more offensive man that 
of her male co-workers. There is 
insufficient evidence to substantiate 
her allegations that she was subject- 
ed to sexist remarks from any of the 
lead persons or co-workers. Fur- 
thermore, Boroos acknowledged 




Friday, June 7, 1991 



Installation tor now officers of Post 117 of the 
American Legion In Thief Rlvor Falls for the 
1991-92 term was held Tuesday night at the 
American Legion club rooms. OJflcera Include 
(seated from loft to right) Joe Foroorg, com- 
mander; Orvliio Eilingson, past and first vice 
commander; Clair Larson, third vice comman- 
der; Ormond Johnson, second vice comman- 



der; and Ken Poole, adjutant; (standing, from 
left to right) Fred Dallmann, sergeant affirms; 
John Waltonen, executive board; Don Brooko- 
moler, chaplain; Jim Cuppott, financial officer; 
Floyd Frodrfckson, executive board; and Bob 
Roave, Installing ofllcor. Not pictured are 
Rufus Olson, post service olflcer; and Orvllle 
Hanson, Judge advocate. 



that she could not weld as well as 
some of the others, and that she did 
fail the hcliarc welding test. 

"Documentation also established 
that although she was eligible to 
sign up for the pension plan, which 
she did on May 24, 1990, having 
had her one year anniversary on 
April 20, 1989, she was not eligible 
for the 5500 employer contribution 
which had eligibility dates of April 
1,1988 to March 31. 1989." 

The investigation also revealed 
[hat Boroos suited to the Unem- 
ployment office that the reasons she 
terminated her employment at Arct- 
co was "personality conflict." 



The findings statement issued by 
the department of human rights 
states that evidence was insufficient 
to show that Boroos was construc- 
tively discharged in violation of the 
Minnesota Human Rights act, in 
that the evidence was insufficient to 
establish that her working condi- 
tions were intolerable due to illegal 
discrimination on the part of Arct- 
co. While Boroos may have had 
reason to find conditions intolera- 
ble, absent a finding by the depart- 
ment that Boroos' sex was a dis- 
criminatory factor in these condi- 
tions, the department belts jurisdic- 
tion, under the Minnesota Human 



Rights Act, to hold Arctco liable 
for Boroos' decision to quit this 
employment. 

According to the statement of 
findings, the department will take 
no further action on this matter. 
Pursuant to Minn. Stat. 363.14, 
Subd. 1 (b) (I), the charging pony 
may bring a civil action against 
Arctco In district court within 45 
days of the dismissal of this cose. 

Based on the findings, the com- 
missioner of the Minnesota depart- 
ment of Human Rights, or his duly 
authorized delegate, dismissed the 
charge. 



TRF City Council | 
accepts several 
construction bidsl 

(Continued from Pago 1) 

jeet has to be built before the loan 1 
received. The bonds issued for the I 
project, therefore, ore short term I 
bonds. 1 

The city council has accepted I 
the low bid on the 1991 Street and I 
Utility project. Three bids were I 
received on street work alone. The I 
low bid on street work came from I 
Northern Paving of Crookstan at ] 
5383.984.34. There were five bids 
on the sidewalk portion of ihe pro- I 
jeet. The low bid was received 
from Knish Construction of Mont- I 
gomery in the amount of I 
5179,163.85. 

A prc-construction meeting is I 
expected to be held next week and 
the project to begin short after. 

The city council has accepted 
quota for removal of contaminated 
soil at the airport. Contamination 
soil was discovered during prc-con- 
struction soil borings which were 
conducted for the Technical Col- 
lege Hangar project. During the 
soil borings petroleum was found in 
the soil and the city was instructed 
to remove the soil from the sites. 
Thygcson Construction gave a 
quote of S13.942J0. 

The city council adjourned its 
meeting to Monday, June 10. The 
meeting was adjourned to June 10 
because the extension granted by 
the low bidder on the water treat- 
ment plant expansion project will 
expire on June 10. It Is anticipated 
that the contract wilt be awarded 
June 10 to John T. Jones Construc- 
tion Co. of Fargo, ND. 



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Friday, June 14, 1991 




Logan Wallace, 12, had an Impressive 
Northwest Dairy Day performance Tuesday In 
Thief River Falls. His four-year-old registered 
Jersey cow was thB Jersey breed champion, 



purebred champion animal of the show, 
overall show champion and was named best 
uddered cow. Logan la the son of Elsie 

Wallace of Middle Rlvor. 



New Region One Dairy Princess Is Janna 
Klecker, 19, daughter of Bud and Clellle 
Klecker of Mcintosh, who was crowned 

Tuesday at Northwest Dairy Day In Thief River 
Falls. First runner-up was Rachel Nord (right), 



18, daughter of Murl and Sue Nord of 
Blackduck and second runner-up was Melanls 
Rue, 20, daughter of Madly and Cheryl Rue of 
Fosston. Janna will represent Region One 
and the Princess Kay contest this fall. 



Local governments 
to decide on state 
sales tax issue ~~ 



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Thief River Falls city council 
' adopted a resolution formerly urg- 
ing the- Pennington county board of 
commissioners to enact a sales tax. 
Under new state law, the city and 
county could lose state aid funding 
If it doesn't enact the local option 
sales tax by July 1. 

■ "The county really doesn't have 
much of a choice/ said County 
Auditor Ken Olson. It can either 
adopt the legislation or lose state 

Under the state's new law, all 
"*"" cities and townships would lose 
their state-aid funding in counties 
that do not pass the one half-cent 
local opu'on sales tax. The county 
also would lose state funding. 

Association of Minnesota Coun- 
ties estimates that if the county 
does not adopt the legislation the 
county could lose $784,035 in 
1992, and the city could lose 
$1,639,767. The tax itself will 
raise only $449,000 In Pennington 
county. 

Pioneer Village 
gets help from 
scout project 

; Boy Scouts and parents from 
Troop 199, sponsored by St. John 
Lutheran church, provided about 35 
hours of volunteer time recently in 
cleaning up old iron, clay tile, 
wood, tin, brush and other debris at 
the museum site of the Pennington 
county historical society's Pioneer 
Village. 

'. Tho 29 scouts and parents Tilled 
a large construction dumpsicr with 
metal scraps and nearly filled 
another with broken tile, rock and 
other debris. Useofthctwodump- 
sters, hauling and dumping fees 
were donated by Steve Nonihagen 
of Les's Sanitation. Following the 
clean-up effort the scouts were 
given a tour of the village. 

Donna Myhrcr, who directs 
operations at the Pioneer Village, 
expressed her appreciation. 

Storm damages 
home and tower 

The storm that raged through 
Thief River Falls last night caused a 
large tree to fall on top of a local 
resident's home. 

The home belongs to Garfield 
Syvcrson of Thief River Falls. He 
and two other people were inside 
the house when the incident 
occurred in the early evening and 
they thought that a tornado had hit 

The wind also toppled over the 
public radio tower located at Digi- 
Key. 

Photos will be published in next 
Tuesday's edition of the Times. 



Money raised by the one-half 
cent sales tax will go into the state's 
local government trust fund. Aid 
cuts, which cities and counties have 
been experiencing in the past two 
years, will be built into the num- 

The city expects cuts in state aid 
in addition to the new threat. Lost 
year, the city was forced to cut over 
$91,000 from the city budget after 
it had complied with state budget 
reporting procedures and after it 
had approved its budget. Next 
year, the city expects to have to cut 
about $50,000 from its budget 
because of state aid cuts. 

A similar story is told at the 
county government level. Ols.on 
said the county mode cuts due to 
cuts in state aid last year. Total 
state aid (o the county wilt be less 
than expected for next year as wcIL 

According to the League of 
Minnesota Gtics, contrary to some 
(Continued on Page 20) 



Essay contest 
winners named 
by Co. SWCD 

Winners of the annual con*. 
icrvation essay contest conduct- 
ed by the Pennington Soil and 
Water Conservation district were 
selected recently, according to 
information received from the 
diitrict office. 

Theme for the contest was 
"Soil — Our Future Depends On 
II" The top two winners in the 
junior and senior divisions 
advance to Area I competition 
this month. 

First place in the senior divi- 
sion went to Jored Qoldcsbcrry, 
second to Beth Natvik and third 
to Christine Nelson, all students 
at Lincoln high school in Thief, 
River Falls. Jared's essay is pub- 
lished as a guest editorial in 
today's issue of the Northern 
Watch. 

Winner in the junior divi- 
sion was FJdon Quom with Ocrta 
Kotrba second and Kristy John- 
son third. All are students at the 
Ooodridge public schools. 

Sponsors for the essay con- 
test were St. Hilaire Co-Opcra- 
tive Elevator association. Form- 
ers Co-op Grain and Seed and 
International Multlfoods. 



Wallace, Kiecker win 
big at 42nd Dairy Pay 



Twelve-year-old Logan Wallace' 
of Middle River and 19-year-old 
Janna Kiecker of Mcintosh were 
big winners Tuesday when the 42nd 
annual Northwest Dairy Day was 
held under sunny skies in Thief 
River Falls. 

Wallace showed his registered 
Jersey four-year-old to ihc overall 
show championship after winning 
the Jersey breed championship, 
show purebred championship and 
best uddered cow trophy. 

Kiecker was selected from a 
group of 17 candidates to succeed 
Michelle Anderson of Hawlcy as 
the Region One Dairy Princess and 
will represent this region at the 
Princess Kay of the Milky Way 
contest this fall at the Minnesota 
state fair. She is the daughter of 
BudandCIcllie Kiecker. 

First runner-up in the princess 
contest was Rachel Nord, 18. 
daughter of Murl and Sue Nord or 
Blackduck. Second runner-up was 
Melanic Rue, 20, daughter of 



Morlly and Cheryl Rue of Fosston. 

As winner of the purebred cham- 
pionship, Wallace will receive a 
$300 cash prize. If he elects to 
attend the World Dairy Expo in 
Madison, WI, another S200 will be 
added to ihc prize money. 

Showman of the grand champi- 
on grade was Nancy Geske of Thief 
River Falls with an eight-year-old 
Brown Swiss. She will receive a 
purebred dairy calf at next year's 
Dairy Day. 

Nancy was also named winner 
of the Stuart McLeod award and 
presented the showmanship demon- 
stration to open the show this year. 
She was also named reserve cham- 

&ion senior showman, finishing 
:hind Lenny Billbcrg of Roseau. 
Reserve champion purebred of 
[he show was entered by Knrla 
Wallace of Middle River with a 
Jersey and reserve champion grade 
was entered by Kelly Schlauoeraff 
of Detroit Lakes with a Holstcin. 
Kelly was also the junior showman- 



ship champion with his brothor 
Casey as reserve champion. 

Exhibitor of the junior champion 
female of the show was Craig 
Bentley of Mahnomen with a 
Milking Shorthorn calf. Individual 
herd (three animals) award was 
won by Korla Wallace and the 
county herd (five animals) sward 
was won by Roseau county. 

Breed champions and reserve 
champions included the following:. " 
Holstcin — Casey SchlaudcroiT, 
Detroit Lakes, champion; Kelly 
Schlauderaff, Detroit Lakes, reserve 
champion; 

Jersey — Logan Wallace, Middle 
River, champion and Korla 
Wallace, Middle River, reserve 
champion; 

Brown Swiss—Nancy Geske, 
Thief River Falls, champion and 
Jacob Efta, Argyle, reserve champi- 
on; 

Ayrshire — Adam Gast, Argyle, 

champion and Penny Beth 

(Continued on Page 20) 



Getting the message about massage 

Kathleen Navarre stresses therapy value and health benefits 



by Marvin Lundin 
Times Editor 
For Kathleen Navarre the hard 
part about massage hasn't been the 

Ehysical conditioning to do six 
ours of rigorous physical work a 
day. The hard pan has been con- 
vincing people in a staid rural com- 
munity that massage is neither self- 
indulgent nor immoral but rather a 
healthy, natural body stimulant that 
can have a positive impact on 
health. 

"Massage parlors as fronts for 

f restitution have created a stigma 
or massage that is hard to deal 
with," says Kathleen, who has oper- 
ated Kathleen's Massage in Thief 
River Falls for the past two years. 

There arc also individual's con- 
cerns about personal modesty or the 
belief that massage is only for the 
'upper crust' that prevent many peo- 
ple who could benefit from full 
body massage from experiencing it. 
I really don't know how to deal 
with people's decp-rooicd impres- 
sions or expectations except to 
encourage idem to talk to others 
who have experienced massage 
therapy." 

One of those is Don Joppru who 
has had long-standing back prob- 
lems and works every day wiirt lift- 
ing on the job nt Joppru's Meat 
Service. Two years ago he was 
considering surgery but was — and 
is — reluctant (o submit to that. 

He started doing stretching exer- 
cises every night tor a few minutes 



at bedtime and has been having 
weekly one-hour massage sessions 
for the past two years. He says he 
feels the best he has for many years 
although he hasn't altered his heavy 
work pattern, and he commented on 
the invigorated feeling he gets from 
a massage session. 

Shawn Newland, who operates 
Northwest Beverage, has diabetes 
and is troubled with poor blood cir- 
culation. Her medical doctor sug- 
gested that massage could help with 
circulation and she has been having 
weekly sessions since February. 

"My mother got me started by 
giving me a gift certificate," Shawn 
said. "My doctor said to go ahead 
if it seems to help, and I think it has 
mode me feet more comfortable, 
especially in my legs. Kathleen 
impresses me as someone who 
knows her job." 

Kuditecn points out that the his- 
tory of massage dates back to 
ancient times when it was a primary 
form of health care. Medical sci- 
ence has more recently developed 
drugs to aid digestion, stop indiges- 
tion, constipation or insomnia, 
relieve muscle pain, control high 
blood pressure, stimulate circula- 
tion, etc. 

"In no way am I saying that 
these drugs are not -valuable and I 
never attempt to diagnose problems 
or claim I con cure liiem," Kathleen 
said. "I always recommend that 
people sec their medical doctors, 
(Continued on Page 10) 




Kathleen Navarro oarnod tho nickname "Volvot 
Mittens" while attending classes at tho 
Minneapolis School ot Massago. She is 



shown giving a massago to her son Ryan 
Kolden, 14. Kathleen has her buslnoss at tho 
Great tvo Clippers salon on Second street. 



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Friday, June 14, 1991 




TIMES 

FOR 

TODDLERS 



check out the put. have a picnic, 
waich a parade, ipltih in lomc 
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Safety tor Summer 

Children arc outside mote in the 
summer and this is a great opportu- 
nity to observe traffic signs and 
lights and a great way to Team to 
observe good safety practices. 
When driving it is important to 
point to signs such as stop, yield, 
etc. The children will soon learn 
that the signs ore there to warn us 
and protect us. Some children like 
to make their own signs on paper 
and play on their tricycles and wag- 
ons. Children leam by adults and 
then playing those roles during their 
playtimes. 

(Contributed by Discovery Place 
child core center.) 

SCAVENGER HUNT 

For next week's Activities fea- 
ture, you will need old baU, aprons, 
dresses, jackets and shoes. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Summer is fun, but remember to 
be safe. Some recommended books 
from the Thief River Falls public 
library collection: 



Baker. Eugene. Safety First: 
Bicycles. 

Baker. Eugene. Safely First: 
Water. 

Baker, Eugene. Safely First: 
Outdoor. 

Chlad, Dorothy. Matches, 
Lighters and Firecrackers Are 
Not Toys. 

Leaf. Munro. Safety Can Be 
Fun. 

VIDEO VARIETY 

All About Kids' Safely. An ani- 
mated video that teaches bike, 
pedestrian and fire safety in a fun 
way. 

(Contributed by the Northwest 
Regional Library.) 

PARENTING TIPS 

Hats Off Tb Summer! 

Summer is a great time for par- 
ents to interact with their children. 
The season of warm weather seems 
to change our mood as well as allow 
for activities not possible during 
other seasons. We need to take 
advantage of this time. Take your 
child for a walk, go for a bike ride. 



If you need tome more Ideas of 
thjnp to do with your child, check 
Oct aocao of the thin|i going on in 
yonr local community. In Thief 
Ww Wis, you haw •even] opror- 
Mttlet itining on June 20. The 
TWftf River FajL ECFE program is 
having sessions Thursday morning] 
for parents and preschool age child- 
ren. Call 681-&70 for mar infor- 
mation. Also starting June 20 at 1 
pun., there will be a library story- 
time at the Northwest Regional 
library for preschoolers and at 2 
pjn. a program for eleme n tary age 
children. Call 681-4325 for infor- 
mation. All of these library pro- 
grams will focus on the theme of 
Hats. Youll be surprised at all the 
possible activities with bars. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
of School District 564.) 



Look for and observe htti, on 
people in pictures or on television. 
Talk about types, sizes, colors and 
shapes. Talk about what occupa- 
tions they may represent and why 
. people wear them. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
of School District 564.) 

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Ellsworth Jorgenson Instructs Randy Prud- 
homme (left) and Chad Pioneer (right) of 
Crookston how to property fold an American 
flag. The boys were among 160 eight to ten 
year-olds who attended the Voyager Trails cub 



scout day camp In Thief River Falla recently, 
Ned Blodgett was Jorgenson'e partner for the 
afternoon. The morning session was handled 
by Orvllle Elltngson and Joe Forberg. 



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IdaMae Korstad, 84 

Grygla — IdaMae Korstad. M, 
died June 1 1 at the Northwest Medi- 
cal center in Thief River Falls. 

Funeral services will be held June 
15 at 10 a.m. at the Our Savior's 
Lutheran church, rural Grygla. with 
Rev. Percy Smcrtk officiating. The 
Green Funeral Home is in charge of 



from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Oreen Funer 
nl Home and at the church for one 
hour before the service. 

A complete obituary will be 
printed in a later edition of the 
Times. 



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Falls recently attended the 
national DECA conference In 
Denver. Roger competed with 
lop students from across the 
patlon In the marketing series 
event. He placed flrat In the 
fratlon on the general market* 
tng test. Roger currently 
Attends the sales and market- 
ing program at the Tnlet River 
Falls technical college. 

Johanning gets 
creativity award 

Z Cheryl Johanning, daughter of 
Arlene Johanning of Thief River 
Foils and Bob Johanning of Plum- 
aicr, has received the 1991 Richard 
G. Drew Creativity Award from 
3M. 

The award honors high school 
juniors throughout Minnesota and 
western Wisconsin who have 
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Siikc II it |-\iihcr's Day this Sun- 
di\. n might be a jooJ idea to plan 
a tijok-oul menu lo make things 
e.i\y for that special day. With 
ewrything ready anil waiting, 
nij^bc Dad will even take over the 
iwking. just for the fun of iL Any- 
way, wncthcr the cook is Dad, Mom 
or the kids, here arc some ideas for 
your Father's Day meal. 

Dads like to cat steak. Get these 
steaks ready Saturday and marinate 
them until you ore ready to cook on 
Sunday: 

Grilled Steak 
3 pounds (2-inch thick) round steak 

I or another tender type) 
Meat tendcrirer 
1/4 cup soy sauce 
1/4 cup packed brown sugar 
1/4 cup lemon juice 
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 
1 tablespoon minced parsley 
1/4 teaspoon hot sauce 

Sprinkle steak generously with 
meat tendcrizcr. 

Combine remaining ingredients 
in shallow bowl: mix well. Add 
steak and marinate in refrigerator 
overnight. 

When ready to grill, drain, 
reserving marinade. 

Place steak on grill rack about 6 
inches from hot coals. Grill for 
about IS minutes, basting occasion- 
ally with marinade. Turn and grill 
for 15 minutes more, basting. (Grill 
10 minutes on each side for rare 
stenk. or 25 minutes each side for 
well-done.) 

Dads also like pork chops. Here 
is a recipe for some tasty ones, and 
these chops arc also marinated 
overnight to make Sunday fun: 
Marinated Pork Chops 
1 (6 ounce) can frozen lemonade 

concentrate, thawed 
2/3 cup soy sauce 
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 
1/4 teaspoon celery salt 
1/4 teaspoon onion salt 
4 medium pork chops 

Combine lemonade concentrate, 
soy sauce and the three salts in bowl 
and mix well. Pour over pork chops 
in shallow dish, cover and marinate 
in refrigerator overnight. 




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When ready to cook, drain chops 
[reserving marinade) and place on 
grill over hot coals. Cook for 10 to 
15 minutes on each side, or until 
done, basting with marinade if 
desired. 

Dads like chicken, too. This 
recipe will give you some tasty bar- 
becued chicken that is definitely 
■finger-lickin" good. (If you like, 
use this barbecue sauce on pork 
chops or ribs, too: 

Make-Ahead Chicken 
1 1/2 cups water 
1 cup ketchup 
1 cup sugar 
1/2 cup vinegar 
1/4 cup margarine 

1 1/2 teaspoons Tabasco sauce 

2 tablespoons mustard 
2 tablespoons salt 

1 teaspoon pepper 

1 chicken, cut into pieces 

Combine all ingredients except 
chicken in large saucepan, mixing 
well. Bring to a boil and then add 
chicken and reduce heal. 

Cook, uncovered, over low heat, 
for 45 minutes. 

Chill chicken in sauce until ready 
to grill. Grill over hot coals for 5 
minutes on each side or until brown. 

Have this "Corny" side dish 
mixed and ready to bake the last 
minute for a hearty accompaniment 
to yourgrilled meats: 

Corn Bread Casserole 
1 egg, beaten 

1 cup commercial sour cream 
1/2 cup melted butter 



I (8 ounce) con cream-style corn 
1 (8 ounce) can whole kernel com 
1 (8 ounce) package com muffin 

mix 

Combine egg, sour cream, butter 
and both corns. Stir in muffin mix. 

Pour into greased 9x9 baking 
pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 
minutes or until golden. (Serves 6.) 

Potatoes— most dads want pota- 
toes. Here is a recipe that you can 
cook on your grill that should make 
Dad happy: 

Creamy Potato Bake 

5 medium potatoes 

1 medium onion, sliced 

6 tablespoons butter 

1/3 cup shredded Cheddar cheese 

2 tablespoons butter 

1/3 cup shredded Cheddar cheese 
2 tablespoons chopped parsley 
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 
salt and pepper to taste 
1/3 cup chicken broth 

Peel and slice potatoes. Place 
potatoes and onion on 18x22-lnch 

Eiecc of heavy duty foil. Dot with 
ut;.., then sprinkle with cheese, 
parsley, Worcestershire sauce, salt 
and pepper. 

Fold edges up around potatoes 
and add broth. Seal tightly. 

Grill over medium hat coals in 
covered grill until potatoes arc ten- 
der, about 35 minutes. (Serves 6.) 

Here's one more thing that most 
dads seem to like — home baked 
beans. These beans ore a little easier 



Foundation gives NWRDC $48,000 grant 



Northwest Regional Develop- Minneapolis. 

mcnl commission in Thief River The grant of 516,000 per year 

Falls has been provided a S4S.000 over a trure-ycar grant period is an 

pram for its regional arts programs increase of 510,000 per year over 

from the McKnight Foundation in the previous grant received by the 



NWRDC from the McKnight foun- 
dation, according to Linda Nelson, 
arts program director for the region- 
al commission. 

Funds received through the grant 



than home baked, but dont tell. Dad 
will never know you didn't slave 
over them for hours: 

Holiday Baked Brans 
1 cup (or leu) chopped onion 
1 (32 ounce) can pork and beans 
I cup packed dark brown sugar 
1 pound bacon, crisp fried and 
crumbled 
1/2 cup mustard 
1/2 cup ketchup 
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce 

Cook bacon crisp and drain, 
leaving bacon fat in pan. Saute 
onion in bacon fat and drippings 
until lender; drain. Combine all 
ingredients in a large bean pot and 
then bake at 325-350 degrees for 1 
1/2 to 2 hours, stirring once in a 
while. Add water if necessary. 



Haw about this dessert to show 
Dad what a "peachy" guy he is? 
Serve with whipped cream or ice 
cream and watch him smile: 

Clara's Peach Cobbler 
5-6 peaches, peeled and sliced 
1/2 cup sugar 
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 
1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 
1 stick margarine, sliced 
\fl cup water 

4 1/2 heaping teaspoons shortening 
1 cup flour 
1/2 teaspoon salt 

Mix peaches gently with sugar, 
cinnamon and nutmeg. Place in 
9x13 baking pan and slice mar- 
garine over peach mixture. 

Mix flour and salt in bowl and 
cut shortening into mixture until it b 
crumbly. Rolion lightly floured sur- 
face and cut into strips. 

Arrange strips (lattice-fashion is 
nice) over fruit in pan. Bake at 3S0 
degrees for 30 minutes or until gold- 
en. (Serves 8.) 

Now, have a Happy Father's Day, 



(These recipes are all from "The 
Great American Outdoors Cook- 
book" that the Lincoln students sold 
this year. Did you get one?) 



are available to be used for re- 
granting to individual artists and 
arts organizations and arc part of a 
total of $2.8 million in multi-year 
grants awarded by the foundation. 



Lindemoen to 
perform violin at 
convention 



Kari Lindemoen of Newfoldcn 
will be the guest musician at the 
national convention of the Associa- 
tion of Seventh-day Advcntist 
Nurses (ASDAN) to be held June 
15 and 15 on the campus of North- 
western College, Si Paul. Linde- 
moen who earned a B.S. in music 
eduction from St. Cloud State Uni- 
versity, will be performing three 
pieces on violin: Amazing Grace" 
arranged by Harold DcCou; "Medi- 
tation from Thais" by Massenet; 
and "Adoration" by Boronowski. 

Held annually at various loca- 
tions in the United States, this 
year's ASDAN convention is 
unique for several reasons. It is the 
first time Minnesota will host the 
convention. In addition, the 
ASDAN spiritual retreat, with its 
theme "The Christian Nurses' Hope 
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow — 
Forever" precedes and directly 
dovetails with the fust North Amer- 
ican Conference for Nurses (also 
being held on the campus of North- 
western College) June 16-19. 
Sponsored by the Network of 
Christian Nurses, this historic 
North American conference is a 
culmination of a dream "to draw 
Christian Nurses from all over 
North America, from many differ- 
ent denominational, educational , 
and nursing backgrounds, together 
to be reminded of and leant about 
Jesus Christ: the Hope of Nursing." 
Finally, the 1991 ASDAN con- 
vention marks the 125th anniver- 
sary of the Seventh-day Advcntist 
Church's healthcare work. From its 
early beginnings as a humble sani- 
tarium in Battle Creek, MI, in 1866, 
the health care services of the Sev- 
enth-day Advcntist Church arc now 
carried out by more than 305 clin- 
ics, 159 hospitals, 220 nursing and 
rest homes and dozens of homo 
health agencies in aver 88 countries 
throughout the world. 

ASDAN president Morlenc 
Ringer of Hnyesvllle, NC, 
acknowledges the significance of 
this year's conventions by verbaliz- 




Kari Lindemoen 

ing high hopes for their success. 
"Our purpose as Seventh-day- 
Advcntist nurses has always been 
to cooperate with God in the 
restoration of man to His image, 
spiritually; mentally, physically, and 
socially and to promote excellence 
in the practice of nursing. We 
believe that these two conventions 
will help us rcfocus and recommit 
ourselves to this purpose and to our 
one hope, Jesus Christ. " 

Sister of TRF 
resident returns 
from Desert Storm 

Mollie Calvert, sister of Ronald 
R. Calvert of Thief River Falls, 
recently returned from deployment 
to the Middle East in support of 
Operation Desert Storm while serv- 
ing at Fleet Hospital Five, based at 
Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA. 

A 1972 graduate of Bloom-Car- 
roll high school, Carroll, Ohio, and 
a 1976 graduate of Capital Univer- 
sity, Columbus, Ohio, with a bache- 
lor of science degree, she joined the 
Navy in October 1976. 



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Novak receives 
Women of Today 
special awards 



Arlene Novak of the Thief River 
Falli Women of Today chapter 
received the state organization's 
Key Woman award and the itate 
Programming Award of Excellence 
at the annual convention of the ' 
Minnesota Women of Today recent- 
ly in Sr_ Ootid. 

The programming award was in 
recognition of her work as the state 
organization's public relations pro- 
gram manager. She worked with 
district program managers to relay 
information and distributed a 
newsletter to keep them better 
informed. Arlene also promoted 
Minnesota Volunteer Week, provid- 
ed ideas for use by local chapters 
for publicity and set up radio arid 
television spots for local chapters to 
use. 

Arlene is an accountant for the 
Red Lake Watershed District office 
in Thief River Falls. She and her 
husband Gary have two children, 
10-year-old Garret and seven-year* 
old Jennifer, and live near St. 
Hilaire. 

The introduction for her state 
Key Woman award stated the fol- 
lowing: 

"(Arlene) joined her chapter in 
1985. Attending her first chapter 
meeting she volunteered lo co-chair 
n project. This project was a huge 
success and has since become on 
annual project. 

"When she was faced with tho 
chapter's decision to drop one of the 
chapter's major projects, she pre- 
sented the project to the chamber of 
.commerce in hopes of keeping the 
worthwhile project in the communi- 
ty. Again she was successful. 

"As District Director she took 
great core of her chapters. Sho has - 
the leadership skills to effectively 
train and supervise her chapters. 
She worked on membership and 
programming. She gave 100% plus 



to on extension effort. For her 
efforts as District Director she was 
awarded a presidential medallion 
and silver key at year's end. 

"Each position the takes on she 
is serious about and gives it her all. 
She continuously works on new 
ideas and ways to improve and pro- 
mote public relations for the 
Minnesota Women of Today." 

In the local chapter Arlene has 
been secretary in 1986-87, presi- 
dent in 1987-88, chairman of the 
board in 1988-89, state delegate 
and acting co-president in 1990-91. 
On a district level she has served 
as awards district program manager 
in 1988-89, district director in 
1989-90, ARC and public relations 
district program manager, chairman 
of the board and district parliamen- 
tarian, allin 1990-91. 

Dedication to state programs and 
the state organization are indicated 
by her travel six hours each way to 
take part in a two-minute radio 
interview during Women of Today 
Week. 

In a letter supporting Arlene's 
nomination for tho Key Woman 
award, Pat Mannie of Sauk Rapids 
and a former Thief River Falls 
chapter member wrote: "Unlike a 
lot of members who served on the 
state executive council, Arlene 
never stopped or even slowed 
down her local involvement. She 
continues to be the backbone of the 
chapter. She docs an excellent job 
as state delegate, stepped in to be 
acting co-president and continues to 
chair projects. Sbedoesitalll 

OPEN THURSDAY 
NIGHTS 'TIL 

Q RM. 




TRF Women of Today to hold crafts festival 



The Thief River Falls Women of 
Today chapter has scheduled its 
annual Creative Crafts festival for 
Saturday, June 22 from 9:30 am. to 
130 p.m. It will be held across the 
street from Hardee* at the Floyd D. 
Olson park. Intheevemofrain.il 
will be held at the city auditorium, 
comer of Second and Main avenue. 

This year promises to be an excit- 
ing one with a large variety of art- 
work to be displayed. The crafts- 
men and artists scheduled to display 
and sell their works include Donna 
Koehmstcdt, Rene' Lutovsky, 
Duaine Olson, Northern Prairie 
Artists association, Lyneue Haugen, 
Jody Kirkride, Karen Jenson, Vickie 
Kolden, Janeen Kalsness and Dawn 
Bcrard, all of Thief River Falls; 
Nanette Gresbowak, Fergus Falls; 
Diane Pawlowki and Delorcs 
Ouillemette, Argylc; Wendt and 
Kathy Senger, Gully; Sharon and 
Cory Dohlen (River Oaks), Barrett; 
Mac McCormack, Grygla; John 
Prothero (Fox Creek Fascinations). 
Angle Inlet; Carolyn and Arnold 
Person, Oklee; Ada Nokclberg and 
Donna Ehlers, Leonard; Lois Hel- 
gen, Beraidji; Liz Lutbeig and 
Diane Erickson. Fertile; Bob Ever- 
son, Frazce; Virgil Hams, Karlstad; 
Emily Johnson, Middle Riven Pearl 



Engen and Beverly Erickson, New- 
foldcn; Stella and Donna Omdahl, 
Warren; Ramona Habedank, Twin 
Valley; Greg and July Sturma, Cav- 
ilier. ND. and Don Erickson, Grand 
Forks. ND. 

These artists and craftsmen have 
spent many hours creating their 
works. This is always evident in the 
beauty of the finished products. 
This year the works in the park win 
include handmade dolls, folk art. 
wooden toys, counted cross striich, 
hordanger. bunnies, sewn calico 
items, wood furniture, silk and dried 
flower wall hangings, shelves, lawn 
ornaments, hand woven baskets, 
roscrnaling, country arts and crafts, 
crocket and knitted items, bears, 
jewelry, doilies, fine an, dcoderizer 
doll covers, Victorian crafts, painted 
tec shirts, mop dolls, garden signs, 
antique-look screens, roasted soy 
beans in ten flavors, ceramics, 
decaled china, drawings, paintings, 
handmade paper and a variety of 
others. 

Live entertainment will be pro- 
vided throughout the day with area 
people periorrning. Some conces- 
sions will be available. 

Bring the whole family for a day 
of rr l n T i 1 l 1 '( ,t i p" <1 fun. 



National Guard 

reports about unit activities 



Ariane Novak of tho Thief River Falls Women of Today chapter 
recently received state Key Woman and Prosrammlncj Award of 
Excellence awards at the convention of the Minnesota Women 
of Today In St Cloud. 



Dancers in Warren and Bronson 



Data Folk Dancers from Mora 
will perform Saturday, June 29, at 
8:15 p.m. at the Kittson county his- 
torical museum In Lake Bronson 
and Sunday, June 30, at 2 p.m. at 
Settlers Square on the Marshall 
county fairgrounds in Warren. 

A free-will offering will be 



received at each performance and 
refreshments will be served. Those 
attending should bring their own 
lawn chairs. 

The group of 24 members will 
travel to Sweden in June of 1992 to 
perform in a music festival and in 
their sister city of Mora, Sweden, 
during its midsummer celebration. 



Company B of the National 
Guard in Thief River Falls reports a 
number of activities involving local 
guardsmen during the past month. 

Promotions were given for Alan 
Melvie of Viking and Allan Young 
of Sl. Hilaire from Spec. 4 to 
Sergeant E-5 and Kim Fondrick of 
Nevis from 2nd Ll to 1 st LL 

Completing a four-day combat 
lifesaver course in Moorhead were 
PFC Mitchell Zak, Strruhcona; SPC 
Brian Stark and Sgt. Timothy 
Allepetcr, Thief River Falls; Sgt. 
Allen Casavan, Blackduck; and Sgt 
Edward Gulden. Warren. 

Presently taking basic training at 
Ft. Benning, GA, are Chad Kuck 



and Jeremy Gagncr, Thief River 
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Leaving June 20 for advanced 
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Jeff Kazmierczak of StrrtndqulsL 

Guardsman Brent Mills, who 
volunteered for duty in Operation 
Desert Storm in the Persian Gulf, 
has no* returned from active duty. 
Next meeting of the national guard 
support group has been scheduled 
for June 23 at 230 pjn. 

Annual training at Camp Ripley 
near Little Falls will be conducted 
July 13-August 3. Open house and 
picnic for the local unit in August 
will include display of various 
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Opinions 



Marvin Lundin 
Editor 

Editorial rjpuuon publiihed on ihii page. »h«her his own and not neccuuily ifaoie of other luff 
locally *h.tth or reprinted frrm other sources li membm. Opin.oru «Pn*»din >»»>£»»' °*" 
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our readers. Opinions expressed by the editor are views b ul are offered for their general interest. 

new formaiion by two billion tons. One could 
think of it as every ton of grain produced meant 
six tons of soil lost. For every inch of topsoil 
lost, there would be a six per cent decline in 
yield. 

During the early eighties a coalition of 
environmental groups and soil conservation 
professionals set out for a new approach to the 
problem of soil erosion. The approach involved 
the federal and state governments asking for 
their aid and support. ' This legislation was 
called the Conservation Reserve Program. This 
program had the following goals: 

(1) It aimed to convert 40 million acres of 
highly erodible cropland to grass or trees by 
1990. Farmers who agreed to cropland or grass 
or trees, for 10 years received annual 
government payments in exchange. More than 
90 per cent was planted in grass and the 
remainder in trees. 

(2) It required farmers with highly erodible 
land to enter into a soil management program 
by 1995 or lose all form program benefits, 
government aid, low interest loans and crop 
insurance. 

(3) It instituted "sodbuster" — a policy 
whereby any farmer plowing highly erodible 
new land-without an approved soil management 
program stood to lose everything. 

The farmers at first were very cautious 
about this Conservation Reserve Program and 
the three provisions that went with it By 1987- 
1988 enthusiasm for the program greatly 
increased to a new level and at the present time 
is going strong. 

Many other existing laws and programs in 
" ' the federal government were inspired by the 
Conservation Reserve Program. Come of these 
were the United States Department of Agri- 
culture, the Food Security Act, Conservation 
Foundation, America Farmland Trust and the 
'/.S^Conse^atioa Sxo^xrffAnierica. 

Many problems sull needed to be solved 
' even though public concern was greatly 
increased. Public education, such as biology 
and science classes and political organizations 
have begun the fight against soil erosion. Many 
of the answers to the questions of soil depletion 
began back with preserving tropical rain forests, 
raising energy efficiency in order to reduce 
global warming and even "putting the brakes" 
on population growth. 

With food production capacity that exceeds 
domestic needs, the United Stales has found no 
trouble to convert highly erodible farmland into 
grassland or trees. Third World countries filled 
with hungry people will find it hard to rescue ■ 
highly erodible land and change it into less: 
useful uses, such as growing firewood. £ 

Mobilizing support for adequately funded' 
soil conservation program demands great public i 
education on the dimensions and consequences ' 
of the problem. This task will be hard because 
farming is done in the rural areas of life. 

Farmers are not going to worry about the 
long-term future when their immediate survival 
is the question. The public cannot be informed 
overnight— it takes practice and time. Ways , 
fanners can cut down soil loss are as follows: 
Terracing, strip cropping, contour farming, - 
cover cropping, rotating crops and fallowing 
and planting shelter belts. 

There is no set formula that all countries — 
industrial and developing — con use to curtail 
soil erosion losses. Each situation is different" 
with different cropping patterns, soil types, 
climate, temperature, social structure and 
farming conditions. The question that is left is 
will the public get involved because if so this 
problem can be solved. 

Everyone must remember immediate effects 
of soil erosion are economic and the ultimate ' 
effects are social. When soil is poorly 
nourished, so are the people. Failure to answer 
the questions of soil erosion will not only lead 
to degradation of the lurid but to the degradation 
of life itself. 



"Soil— Our Future 
Depends On It!" 

Each year the Pennington Soil and Water 
Conservation district conducts an essay contest 
for junior and senior high school students on a 
topic of conservation interest. This year the 
topic was "Soil — Our Future Depends On It!" 

Winner of the senior division was Jared 
Goldesberry, a junior at Lincoln high schooL It 
is our pleasure to publish his theme in our 
editorial column as follows: 

Soil — Our Future Depends On It! 

Man must depend on soil for his food and 
fiber. The idea of "saving" soil recognizes the 
necessity of getting production from the soil 
now. 

Conservation is a word that means saving 
things that come from nature— air, soil, water, 
animals and plants. It is better described as the 
protection and wise management of the 
environment. Without conservation, all the 
resources necessary for life would be damaged, 
wasted or destroyed. 

Soil depletion and erosion began to take 
their toll early in the history of the American 
colonies. Most of the early colonists came from 
areas where rains fall gently and were not 
prepared to handle soil in the North American 
Climate. They cut down forests along the 
eastern coast, and built their homes in the 
cleared fields. 

More and more land was plowed to produce 
food for the increasing population. Then a few 
farmers in the older sections noticed a change in 
the soiL At first it was dark, almost black, and 
then it became lighter in color. If heavy rain 
came, the loose soil mixed with the water and 
made a muddy mixture which flowed down the 
hills. The topsoil was carried away. 

Some of the leading men in our history^-. 
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and ' 
Patrick Henry — were deeply concerned. 
Conservation sentiment was built up slowly. 
Early in the 20th century President Roosevelt 
called the first conference of governors to 
consider conservation of natural resources. 
Hence soil conservation experiment stations 
were established which measured the rates of 
soil and water loss, determined the extent and 
location of damage by erosion and develop 
methods for controlling erosion. Later soil 
conservation districts were established and 
farmers developed long-term plans for their 

Ap pr o p r i ate use of the land depends upon 
land contour, type of soil and climate. Land 
may be teveL slightly or steeply sloping or even 
mountainous. Soil may be sandy or clay, fertile 
or almost barren. 

But even as' the dust clouds were 
disappearing, the seeds of another crisis were 
being sown. The surge in agricultural output in 
response to soaring world food demand, which 
marked the fifties and sixties, came not from 
expanding the cropland area but from the 
adoption of new agricultural technologies — 
including hybrid seeds, irrigation and advanced 
chemical fertilizer— that dramatically raised 
land productivity. 

As the farmers turned to ever larger farm 
equipment, the two-plow tractor gave way to 
the 10-plow tractor. Huge grain combines, 
which could cut and thresh 100 acres of crop a 
day, required larger fields to be used for 
efficiency. A new generation of farmers, too 
young to remember the lessons of the thirties, 
began the start of shelter belts— those long 
strips of trees planted to break the wind's force. 
This began a whole new dimension in farming. 

Then in 1977 the Department of Agriculture 
reported that the United States was losing 
topsoil at the annual rate of some three billion 
tons, losses that may have matched those lost in 
the Dust Bowl's peak. Five years later a report 
came out that farmers were losing 3.1 billion 
tons of topsoil per year, exceeding the rate of 



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Watch encourages written responses to editorial ^Croeralrom publication. 

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publication in Northern Watch exclusively; leuers individuals or representatives of those entitles in 

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accepted. Right is reserved to edit letlen for length newspaper staff for response in the same issue as the 

and clarity and (o reject letters deemed to be original letter, 

promotional in nature or in poor taste. Corrections: If an error is made in news or 

Letters Must Be Signed: All letters must be advertising publication, the staff encourages readers 

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Premium lists for the 90ih annu- 
al Penrungton county fair are being 
distributed and are now available in 
a number or locations throughout 
Pennington and neighboring coun- 

Copies of the premium list are 
available at all grocery stores. 
Seven-Eleven, Holiday. Amoco 24, 
Norwest and Northern banks. First 
Federal Savings and Loan, the 
Pennington county extension office 
and other places in Thief River 
Falls. They are also available at 
Kruse In of St. Hilairc and grocery 
stores in a number of area commu- 
nities. If unable to secure a copy at 
any of these locations, call the 
county extension office at 681-2116 
to receive n copy by mail. 

The Pennington county fair will 
be held Wednesday through Sun- 
day, July 10-14, at the fairgrounds 
and sports arena in Thief River 
Falls. 

Entry of articles and animals in 
open class competition b limited to 
residents of northwest Minnesota. 
Entry day will be Thursday, July 
11, with entries accepted from 9 
ajn.lo6p.rn. Judging will begin at 
9 ajn. Friday. July 12. 



The premium list contains rules 
and regulations applicable to entries 
and a listing of divisions, classes 
and lots in which items may be 
entered, as well as the amount of 
prize money for each place, 

A separate division on wood- 
working has been added to the pre- 
mium list this year with a wide 
variety or classes for woodworkers, 
including a separate class for young 
woodworkers and classes for kits, 
refinishing, painted craftwork and 
woodbuminit in addition to more 
traditional woodworking areas. 

Additional lots have oeen placed 
in the cross-su'tch classes and in the 
sewing area. 

Also published in the premium 
lbl is a schedule of free entertain- 
ment at the bandshell Thursday 
through Sunday, information on 



concerts by Patty Loveless and ; 
Travis Triu and on ride tickets for ■ 
the Murphy Bros, carnival, sched- 
ule of all county fair activities and ■ 
other items ofintc rest. 



Friday, June 14, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



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Thief River Palls regional air- 
port will be the site of a fly-in, 
drive-in pancake breakfast on June 
30. The event, which is sponsored 
by Thief River Aviation and the 



Thief River Falls Kiwanli. will 
include airplane rides, a model air- 
plane display rnd demonstration 
(weather pencilling). It will be 
held at the airport and will cost 



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medical/accidental insurance and 
their own spending money. Host 
families only need to provide room 
and board, and plenty of love. 



This is a fun and easy way to get 
to know another culture. For further 
details, contact Spanish Heritage: 
RR 1, Box 32, Karlstad MN, or 
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Grand champion grade animal at Northwest 
Dairy Day In Thiol River Falls Tuesday was 
this Brown Swiss shown by Nancy Geske ol 



Thiol River Falls. Nancy 'Will receive a' 
purebred dairy call al the 43rd annual; 
Northwest Dairy Day IM982. 



Pesticide recovery project 
begins in northern region 




Minnesota department of agri- 
culture conducted a pilot program 
for recycling and collection of pes- 
ticide containers in Thief River 
Falls Monday. By mid-afternoon 
over IS individuals or companies 
had taken advantage of the project, 
which was staged at iho Cenex Soil 
Service Center located south of 
Simplot Soil Builders on Highway 
59. 

The recycling project held in 
Thief River Falls Monday is the 
same project being token to many 
other communities in Northwestern 
Minnesota. 

"It's getting difficult to dispose 
of pesticide containers," said Rick 
Hanson for the Minnesota Depart- 
ment of Agriculture. Hanson was 
in Thief River Falls Monday to 
conduct the recycling program. 
Hanson said that lost year when the 
program began, he hod one farmer 
bring in containers that were seven 
years old. The containers were in 
good condition but he couldn't get 
nd of ihem because no one would 
take them. 

In 1989, the legislature enacted 
the 1939 Minnesota Groundwater 
Protection act, which calls for the 



Being used and studied in Thief 
River Falls Monday was a shredder. 

Triple rinsed containers are sort- 
ed by color and fed into a chipper, 
which shreds the containers into 
smallchips. The caps and labels — 
mostly plastic — ore disposed of in 
different ways. Shredding the con- 
tainers makes it possible to store a 
largo number of containers in a 
small area. 

The companies who produce the 
chemicals pay for the chips to bo 
returned to them. They also pay for 
the plastic. The plastic is then 
shipped to a processor for pclletiz- 
tag. The pellets are then shipped to 



Minnesota Department of Agriculture 
Pesticide C ontainer Pick-up Sites 

County Bala alia 

PENNINGTON Juno 10 Cenex Fertilizer 
9 a.m. -5 p.m. Thluf River Falls 

June 15 Cenex Fertilizer Howard Person 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Goodrldgo 



Contact 

Howard Person 
218/681-2116 



RED LAKE June.12 Red Lake Co-op 

9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Fertilizer Plant 

Red Lake Falls 

June 14 Oklee Elevator 
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Okies 

KITTSON ,. June,24-2B . Kittson Co. 
' &30 , a.mJ - 430 pan. Fairgrounds 
also 
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6 p.m. -9 p.m. 

MARSHALL June 17 Farmers Union 
9 a.m. - S p.m. Oil, Grygla 



Rhonda 

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218/253-2895 



Curtis Nyegaard 
■■■ 218/843-3674 



Ray Thompson 
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the companies for use in making 
new pesticide containers. 

Metal containers ore also recy- 
cled. Smaller cans ore crushed and 
used for scrap metal. Barrels are 
reconditioned. 

Finding ways of recycling the 
pesticide containers is one method 
of handling the problem. The mar- 
ket is also finding ways of handling 
the problem. Smaller containers 
with more concentrated mixes are 
being distributed already. Other 
solutions include reusable tanks. 

The chipper used in Thief River 
Falls was used In Crookston last 
year. This year it has been mount- 
ed onto a trailer and will be taken 



to a number of different sites in the . 
area. The following is n list of sites ■ 
where pesticide containers can be '. 
disposed: from 9 a.m. to S p.m. . 
June 12 at the Red Lake County * 
Co-op in Red Lake Falls; 9 a.m. to - 
5 pjn. June 14 at the Oklee elevator!; 
in Oklee; 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.\ 
June 24 through June 28 and June ; 
25 and 27 from 6 pjn. to 9 p.m. at. 
the Kittson county fairgrounds in * 
Hallock; 9 a.m. to 5 pjn. June 17 at " 
the Farmers Union Oil in Grygla; 9 • 
a.m. to 5 pjn. June 19 at the Mar- ' 
shall County Garage in Argyle. 

Individuals with Questions about ' 
the program should contact their • 
county extension agent. * 



Getting the message 



(Continued from Page 1) 



heed their advice and follow their 
Instructions. 

"But as someone who has an 
adverse reaction to almost any med- 
ication I swallow, I know that drug 
use is not practical or even possible 
for everyone and that massage con 
be a helpful option In some cases." 

She points out that massage 
increases the blood and fluid flow 
to the entire body, which Increases 
the function of vital organs, pro- 
motes better circulation and elimi- 
nation of body wastes and toxins, 
relaxes the muscles and, through 
the sense of touch, provides a sense 
or well being. 

Kathleen became interested In 
massage after having her first par- 
tial massage during a conference in 
Minneapolis in the fall of 1988. 

"A therapist had set up a booth 
and was offering a lO-mlnuic foot 
massage for $10," Kathleen said. 
■The first thing that caught my 
attention was being able to cam $10 
in 10 minutes. 1 signed up for a 
foot massage during the lunch hour, 
and because the therapist war not 
busy she also massaged my legs, 
arms, shoulders and back — and 
answered a lot of my questions. 

"I felt so good and so relaxed 
afrxrward I was better able to talk to 
people and I felt a surge of energy 
and confidence. My exact thoughts 
were that I had 'a sense of well 
being.™ 

Kathleen began researching 
massage, talking to people In the 
business and doing a lot of reading. 
She checked out several schools 
offering instruction, decided on one 
in Anoka and arrived to stay with 
relatives In St. Cloud when she 



learned the class had been canceled 
She made several phone calls and 
was able to start classes at the 
Minneapolis School of Massage, 

"I couldn't have been more 
pleased with the school and the 
techniques I learned there," she 
said. "The Eslaen style of massage 
they teach combines meditative and 
therapeutic qualities that best match 
my skills and personality." 

Kathleen— who has returned to 
uso of her maiden name of Navarre 
— believes she has a special ability 
to make people feel at case and pro- 
vide the trust that contributes to 
more successful massage. Other 
students in her class at the massage 
school gave her the nickname 
"Velvet Mittens." 

A resident of Thief River Falls 
for 21 years, she is reluctant to 
move to a larger city where mas- 
sage may be accepted by more peo- 
ple. Although she has provided 
massage services to more than 500 
clients and some have become reg- 
ular visitors to her location at 
Creative Clippers beauty salon, 
establishing the business has not 
been easy financially. 

She charges $25 for a one-hour 
full body massage, $20 for a halD 
hour partial massage and restricts 
herself to six clients a day, although 
she has worked with as many as 
eight. She averages 15 to 20 clients 
a week. Discounts of 10% are 
given to senior citizens and 20% to 
students. Any client scheduling 
four appointments can have the 
fifth one free. 

Appointments are made for 
Tuesday and Thursday from 11 a.m. 
to 9 p.m., Wednesday and Friday 



from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday . 
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. She also; 
makes calls to homes and hospital 
or nursing homes when clients 
have difficulty coming to her. Her 
salon is closed Sunday and 
Monday. 

So how about the person who 
would secreUy like to try o massage < 
but is ticklish, afraid it might be 

£ rinful, isn't comfortable with 
:ing touched or has a thing about 
nudity? 

"It's true that massage works' 
best when the client is nude,"! 
Kathleen said, "but I use largo tow-' 
els for coverage and am careful to . 
avoid exposure. If a man prefers to 1 
wear shorts that is up to him. J 

"Massage isn't painful If a per--' 
son is particularly sensitive or has^ 
pressure points that ore problems- 
they should feel free to tefi me so I ! 
can work accordingly. It Is impor- ■ 
lam for the client to trust me to get ) 
the most benefit from massage." ■ 
Although the strenuous activity J 
of massage several hours each day • 
provides Kathleen with upper body ; 
conditioning, she still does aerobic -. 
exercises and a lot of walking. She " 
uses her palms, knuckles, inside of - 
the wrist and forearms in addition to , 
her ringers in massage and positions - 
herself to take advantage of body ; 
weight and balance in reducing her • 
own exertion. » 

"I am finding massage to be a - 
rewarding job and it's my hope that ' 
massage will be looked upon as a '• 
legitimate complement to the medi- - 
cal and chiropractic professions In 
our community," she said, "offering 
an option to people with health and 
fitness concerns. 

— — , 



Rtcycba center 
MtabBfWfaNrtSt 

FertD* — The Polk county 
■olid waste office has estab- 
lished a mcyclmg center east of 
Hal's Sales and Service m Fer- 
tile. Hal's ii donating the space 
for the recycling bins. Items to 
bo collected include glass bot- 
tles and jars, aluminum cant 
and tin cans. (Fertile Journal) 

Ardioeolegtsts locoti 
ancient shi near Ado 

Ada — A possible ancient 
American heritage alte has 
been located in Green Meadow 
by state archaeologists and 
there are plans to do further 
research on the site. TheNor- 
man county engineer bat 
received a letter from the state, 
telling him that a native Ameri- 
can heritage site was identified 
In the project area as stone 
flake of probable human manu- 
facture were recovered from a 
cultivated field in the town- 
ship. (NornianConnty Index) ; 

Albino robin sighted 

Stephen — Mr. and Mrs, 
Ernie Anderson of Stephen are 
enjoying the company of a 
young albino robin that Is liv- 
ing In their back yard. The 
buo, along with other members 
of its family, has been seen 
many times and is a true albino 
In the robin family. Tho odds 
of this are quito astronomical 
so it Is a special treat for those 
who have the opportunity to... 
view this young fellow. (Mes-. 



■Vht-FMae school has 
sew soperlWeirdent 

East Polk County — Dr. 
Ken Roetzel has been hired as. 
superintendent of schools of 
the new Win-E-Mac school . 
district. Roetzol is from 
Bumsville and Is married with 
twochildren. His first day on 
tho job will be Juno 17. (Thir- 
teen Towns) 

Anwrican Cryitol Boy 
solid new plant Is tGF 

:East Grand Forta^.thV. 




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Around The Region | 

by Donna Myhrer 



American Crystal Sugar o 

pany met with. Red River '._ 
ley growers recently to hear. 



1QY glUrVWOl IbMfHUJ w MW».t 

views on a plan to .'build, a... 
$342 rnillion new plant In the 
valley, possibly in East Grand 
Forks. Tho Crystal Sugar 
boardwiU approve or reject the 
plans at its June 26 meeting. - 
The facility would remove 
sugar from a molasses by-prod-' 
net. (Exponent) 



farirsMafttdodbi 
Gnnbosa parade 

Grteabosn — The Greeo- 
busb Town and Country club 
Invites entries fat roe Fourth of 
July parade, to be held at 11 
a.m.on Main street, Green- 
bush. The theme for the event 
is patriotic red, white and blue 
to honor the returning Desert 
Storm troop*. Anyone Interest- 
ed m utof prt may call Don 
TMcUund as 782-2110. (Green-' 
Tribune) 

two l»aw struck by 
W**gSwdoy 

Fosttoa — Two homes in 
the Fosstoo area were struck by 
lightning early Stiodaynioni- 
tag, acoardimj to Fosston Fire 
Chief Dave Larson. At 2 am 
the fire fighters were called to 
a trailer noose on the Tom 
Graadbols farm which It 
owned by Mike Welland. 
Lightning had apparently hit - 
' the house canting an electrical 
fire In the rear bedroom. At 
230 sun. a call was received 
. from the Bob Roysland home, 
where lightning bad caused 

- - clrcfrkid and interior damage. 
No Injuries were reported In 

. either case, (Thirteen Towns) 

Abo^aWseifor 
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Fosiioa,— : Auditions 'for 
■ Fosston's summer theatre pre- 
sentation, "Annie Get Your 
Gun," will be June 30 and July 
, 1 at 7 pjn. at the library and art 
center theatre. The play will 
bo under uV direction of Mike 
Frickstad, Foiaton junior- 
.. senior teacher and speech advi- 
sor with Bob Saeter.Instni- 
mental (Urector, as director of 
music The play has parts for 
- over 30 people, with produc- 
tion dates scheduled for August . 
,15jI8; (Tnlrb^Trjwns)' ' 

; /Gpo^'Lijrlhfi^oii cfaordi to i 

■ Erikiue — The Grace 
'UmVranchrirch win celebrate ' 
Its centennial June 23 with a 
, special program, to include 
. music, speeches and fellow- 
ship.' A dinner will also be ■ 
given on Sunday. (Erskine ■ 



WBdRpwerRoote 
Awareness Week set 

Greinbush — Roseau 
county area garden clubs are - 

. orgjuiixlng activities for Wild- 
flower Route Awareness Wsek, 
June 18-23. Each town partici- 
pating will have its own activi- 
ties, with plana for an art. 
odiiWt, bawtaitt showing sites . 
or particular wildflowers and 
shoo presentations. Ea sinesse s, 
la tho area are being asked to ' 
display products relating to 
wildflowers in their windows. 
Celeste LaValla of the Wll- 

' llants Garden club is the chair- 
- person of the event. (Green- 
bush'Tribune) 



IfflKrhl plow pot on bold 

Kittson Connty — The 
Mar-Kit landfill board has 
delayed plans to begin con- ' - 
itruction of a new cell on the.,; 
Anderson Sanitation landfill ; ' 
lanoY Originally the plan was ; 
to begin a new cell now, before,,; 
Mar-Kit actually owned the - l 
land, but plans have been - ■ 
changed because of some of 
the rules of the Minnesota Pol- 
lution Control agency which . 
'require more space than bad ' 
; been set aside tor the proiect ; 
(Kittson County l^terprise) 

Wild Rice Days will be at 
MAnonenJoly 13 

Mahnomen — July 13 is 
the date of Wild Rice Days, 
sponsored by the Mahnomen 
Boosters club. Various events , 
to be featured include a tractor 
pull and street dance. There , 
wiU also be prizes and a sales , 
promotion. Anyone interested , 
m sponsoring a special evcntls - 
asked to contact Dennis vagle 
at 935-2281. r^lahTiomen'Pio- 



- reshingled the house for the 
Mrs. Moscatelli, whose hut- 

. band, Sam, died uwxpectedly 

; April 14. About 20 of his co- 
workers and friends spent a full 
day on the roof and completed 

; the job In one day. Mm. 
Moscatelli has four children 
still at home and is presently 
on a leave of absence from her 

' job as anarses aide at VlUa Sl 
Vincent Nursing Home. 

, (Crookston DaDy Times) 



Hew uesiilwii wi be 
poraSasedwhbRlF rodeo 



T 

| Red Lake Falls — The 

• BufSngton professional rodeo, 

J to beheld June 29-30 in Red 

J Lake Falls, win go to the Red 

; Lake Falls Volunteer ambn- 

- lance service. The money wiU 

i be used to bny.i new ambo- 

; lance. The current ■""Ntti'yf 

■ ' is a van and only has room for 

a patient and one aueodanL 

The new one will bold two 

attendanu in addition to the 

patient and will cost SoUOOO- 

;■ 58OJ0O0. Some of the money 

baa already been raised from 

otberr '" * 



if!,. 



r.,-1,,,1 vi". Li.ll ail .nsijOO iinnsnifi - 

■ ; '-.',hoos6for "■ tr '. i ;^_" 
Crooksloa family- ^ 

Crookston — When Betty 
Moscatelli told a friend that her 
roof leaked', and asked for 
advice on getting it fixed; a 
group of Crookston men got 
right on top of tho problem and 



; Setter OtfuMwiqeSt 

I ■ ROM CauMT 01 

i ; -. " 

'■'■'' __j*mjoW~TheBI-County 
: cor nr nt ni i r y action progiaoi and 

■ the Bdtraml county council on 
I aging are two spocoring agen- 
cies for an uter-geaeratlooal 

I program called Vbumieer Inter- 
i generational Program. ■ The 
[ program provides people age 
t 55 or older a chance to vofam- 
iteerwlmaretHeadSrjitcliild- 
t ren ages 3 and 4. Recently . 
* some of the children; with the 
1 help of Adult Day Servcies 
i participants, 4^ T f gn wl and col- 

■ ored quilt squaresto make a 
' ! display quilt. ' The, quilt was 

'made as a group project. 
[(BeiriidjiKorieer) 



Reaper ly Tbe Dozen" 
> to open tte week fa 
Xonstod ■■ 

Karlstad — The Karlstad 
xxrmiuniryitlJeatrewfllrKacnl 
'Cheaper'By Tbe'Doten^by 
Aristopber Snt|el ! tUs-«eek 
Vtu^nenorrnsncerscneanled 
or June 13-15 at the Tri Ooun- 
Itv-hJgH JehboL' Curtain time is < 
5 p.m^ Thejlay Is about a 
family with 12 children, whoso 
tntberis a piooeer in industrial 
r^Bciency and applies his man- 
egemeot methods to the family 
and'bousehold. The play is . 
^uder';the direction of Robert 
K Gust.', (North Star News) 




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Friday, June 14, 1991 



H Women's Softball fr — 

Judy CharleboU homered and 
Kelly Siothaug tripled « Legion/ 
Suher Law handled Si. HiUire 
EJcntor/Lynn'i RcfriBcraUng 14-1 
in Wednesday Thief River Fall* 
Women* Stow Pitch Softball 

Legionoither Law completed a 
doobiehcader sweep by beating the 
Swingcn 17-2 in Game 2 as Janclie 
Koniekioo and Diane Anderson 
both tripled. , 

Becky Beito came through with 
the game-winning hit in the eighth 
inning as ihe Beit Weiicrn Inn 
Ridgounnen edged VFW 8-7. Paul 
Peterson was 3-for-3. while 
Shannon Olson and Bctio were both 
2-for-3 for the winners. 

The Ridgerunners also beat 
Middle River MAM 19-0 In five 
innings as Marilyn Helgcland went 
3-for-3. Peterson 3-foM and Paula 
Fanfulik was 2-for-2. 

Kristi Hustth was 2-for-2 with a 
triple and four RBI to lead the 
Mush-A-Rets past Pizza Hut 12-7. 

The Mush-A-Rets added a 16-3 
second-game win over SL Hilairc 
Elevator/Lynn's Refrigerating as 
Leslie Roosey hit three home runs 
in four at-bau, Huscth was 2-for-3 
with a triple and three RBI and 
Colecn Rook also drove in three 
runs. 

DebJacobsoQ pitched tbo shutout 
as Pizza Hut blanked Rainbow 
Nursery 10-0. Kelly Cornell and 
Brenda Russell bad triples for the 
winners. 

SotttMtt Citandw Rtffl* Whrnra 

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Mice Anderson. BO; June 12 - Dana Jmm, 
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UadolbVTruman runrwr Kal WWW comptated 
his allde as Middle RIver/MarshsIt County 
Cantral third baseman Troy Myhrer looked for 
the ball during Tuesday's Class A state high 



school baseball tournament quarterfinal game 
ptayod at Dick Putt Held In SL Cloud. (Photo 
for the Northern Watch by John W. Dermody, 
Frazoo). 



Miririlfi River/MOO atstate hasRhall tournament... 

Rebels lose 2-1 decision 



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Raid 4; Si. HUalre Elevator/LyniVe 
Refrirjoradntj vs. MWrJe Rhrer H*U. Few 
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Rkfaerunners va. Raesxr* Nmwy. Held 2; 
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Swtngars *a. Mkkie River UaM. FWd 4; 
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Madelia/Truman edged Middle 
River/Marshall County Central 2-1 
Tuesday in the opening round quar- 
terfinals of the 1991 Minnesota 
Class A state high school baseball 
tournament at Dick Putz Field in St. 
Cloud when Jnyhawks pitcher 
Colby Vbgt came up with a dramatic 
two-out, home run on a 1-2 pilch In 
the bottom of the seventh inning. 

The game-winning blow just 
cleared the 323-foot marker on the 
left Held fence, abruptly ending a 
top-notch pitching duel between 
\bgt and the Rebels" Mike Rokke. 
Both had five-hit performances. 
Rokke struck out 10 and did not 
walk a batter, \fogl struck out nine 
and walked one. 

It was the first-ever state louroa- 



CUu A State BaMbaH 
□uarteranala Tueeda, - Madeewrrurnen 
2. Middle Rrver/Warahel County Central 1: 
Oreemray 14. KdrttiovocVMurtoefciSurowg 
2: BrookMi Center 12, Frazoe 1; Rocorl 11. 
PMlekndB. 

SemiRnara Friday - Madelia/Trumen « 
Qreenwey. 11 e.m.; Brooklyn Center v». 
Raoori. 1:30 pjn. 

nnah Friday - third plat* cam*. 5 pjn.; 

Ojaitwftiat* Ttwtday - Onoo 4. HcoMn* 
2 (8 trwanos): BomWjl 3, Park i; SUewaler 11. 

SornHnals Thursday * Onao 14. Bomld| 
(C stDwslsr 1, How Urn 0. 

Finals Thursday - SUDarator 10. Oeeeo 
|cftampton*r*); New Urn ii,Bem*Jjl7{lhW 
ptace). 



River/Marshall County Central 
cooperative. The Region 8A cham- 
pions ended the year at 19-7. 
MaaWTruman toot a 20-1 record 
into the Friday semifinals, with 14 
of those wins belonging to the 
unbeaten VsgL _ 

Middle River/Marshall County 
Central scored first when Rokko 
come up with a fourth inning single, 
stole second and scored on a base 
hit by Jeremy Tallinn. 

But Maaclia/Tntrmm quickly bed 
it in the bottom of the fourth on a 
Cony Petersen single, a hit-tatsman 
and a base hit by Miko Scbwankc- 



ment appearance for the Middle 



TRF Invitational starts tonight 



A revised Thief River Falls 
Invitational American Legion base- 
ball tournament is scheduled to start 
tonight (Friday) at Irv Wilson Field. 

An eight-team event, the first 
Thief River Falls Invitational will 
feature round-robin play in two 
divisions and will crown champions 
in both Class A and Class B. 

Competing in Class A are Thief 



Rjver Falls, Crookston; Roseau and 
Park River. ND. The Class B 
entries include iho Thief River Falls 
Bombers, Red Lake Falls, 
International Falls and the Grand 
Forks Air Force Base. 

A state high school baseball tour- 
nament participant this week, 
Betnidjl was replaced in the Thief 
River Falls Invitational field by 



Crookston'. And because of a 
scheduling conflict, a Red Lake 
Falls vs. Thief River Falls Bombers 
match-up that was to kick off the 
tournament at 5 p.m. today was 
moved to Sunday at 9:30 am 

TOT Jnvltitlooal Schaduto 

Fridty, Juna 14 - 7 pjn. ' *■ 

(Continued on Paxe 14) 




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Crookston trips 
TRF Legion 5-4 



Crookston scored four timcj In 
tbo first Inning Wednesday and held 
on for a 5-4 American Legion base- 
ball win over vlilting Tnief River 
Falls. 

The winners collected just three 
hits off Thief River Falls pitcher 
Mike Swanson, but it was enough to 
hand Post 117 its fourth loss in five 
starts. 

Thier River Falls didn I mount 
much offense, ciiher, collecting but 
four hits off three Crookston pitch- 
ers - Chris Cymbaluk, Jeremy 
Peterson and Doug Johnson. 

All three Crookston hits came in 
the bottom of the first inning and 
were preceded by an error and a 
walk to produce four unearned runs 
after two were out. 

After the first inning, Swanson 
retired 14 of the next 15 Crookston 
baiters, and got that !5tfi out on a 
double ploy. 

Only other Crookston run came 
in the sixth on an error, stolen base 
and two infield ground-ouia. 

Swanson struck out four and 
walked two. "Mike settled down 



afier the first inning and really 
pitthed well," said Thief River Falls 
coach Howard Dnieper. 

Thief River Falls scored first 
when an error, walk and on RBI sin- 
gle by Swanson gave Post 117 u 
quick 1-0 lead in the top of the lirsi 
inning. . 

Two third inning runs scored on 
wild pilches as ThiefRivcr Falls 
pulled within 4-3. A sacrifice flv by 
Swanson tied it in the top of he 
sixth, but Crookston picked up Uk 
game-winner in the bottom of Ihe 

(Nmbaluk worked the first four 
innings before giving way to 
Peterson, who picked uplhe win 
with a final-out save coming from 
Johnson when Thier River Falls had 
runners on first and second in the 
top or the seventh. Together, the 
ihree Crookston pitchers struck out 
dure and walked four. 

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Bombers beat Fertile 



Eight of the nine players in the 
■tarring line-up scored Thursday as 
the Thief River Falls Bombers beat 
Fertile 8-4 in a rain-shortened 4 1/2- 
Inning Ninth District American 
Legion Tier D. baseball win at Irv 
WiEon Field. 

Thief River Falls, 6-1 for the 
year, won an 8-5 match-up at Fertile 
a week earlier. 

Marc Haugcn, Jason Svir and 
Carter Rogalla were all 2-ror-3 in 
the Bombers' 10-hit a t tac k . 



Jeremy Olson was the winning 

Eltcher, striking out five and walk- 
igrour. .„ , 

The Bombers, who will lakepart 
in the Class B Thief River Falls 
Invitational this weekend, will host 
Halstod Monday in a 6 pjn. double- 
header at Irv Wilson Field. 

•coriai/EMteg* 



Two Rebels are honored 



Senior pitcher Mike Rokko and 
sophomore outfielder David Blazek 
were named Middle River/Marshall 
County Central representatives on 
the 1991 All-North Sub-Region 8A 
high school baseball team. It was 
announced recently, with Rokke 
earning tho North Sub-Region 8A 
Most Wnable Player Award. 

Alan'HanSorlWMIoMle River/ 
Marshall County Central and Rod 
Oistod of Fertile-Beltrami shared 
North Sub-Region 8A Coach of the 
Year honors. 

Wado Walton and Jeremy Tallinn 
of the Rebels were named North 
Sub-Region 8A honorable mention. 
UMAlHterthr ' ---■—" 



FtotMU - D«id McDonald, *., pSefion 
MDta Huojort. u. pUctwr; Handy Br— - 

Wmlolt,)r..ou»r«ldor. 
WtrrMd-tW"— 
Tri-Counr/'t 



r., IntaUor. Jason 



Had Laka Falla - Simon GoOof. Jr., InWtt- 
on Mark St. Mark), 10.. miteWor. 
Crookaton - Shano DomMra, sr.. kilWc)- 

•InSrtdwJaioHBfftww.^loUIVJWw.; .. 

llddl* Rlvwflteiahall County Ctfltrjl . 
Wad« Waaon, Joromy Talum: Uk» of «• 
Wooda • Jullua Dahl; Crookiton - Chad 
Wafdnac Roaoau - Brian Johnson, Jowmy 
Hodlund; HaOoeWKonrndy - Jim Swamon; 
FarUlcBaltraml - Gory Jonarud, Ross 
noripon. Josh Bolatad: (Ud Laka FalU - 
OJonVarcotlo, Paul LaPtonW TnVCounty - 
TbOof Ctoon, Tom Enooa 

Buy, sell, swap wilh'a Times 
Clarified ad. Call 681-4450. 



PLUMMER PUBLIC SCHOOL 

Independent School District-628 

ADVERTISING FOR QUOTES ON THE 
FOLLOWING HEATING COMPONENTS: 



Njimha Item 

1. 2-LJ*. gas furnaces, each 175,000 BTU 
Input. 

2-6" metalbestos Class B gas vent chimneys 
-Class B venting direct to furnace 
2-filter grills 

2. 2-125,000 BTU steamcoils 

with traps, 4 manual valves, T87F 
thermostat; fan relay and piping to existing 
steam outlet 

3. 2- 40 KW480-volt duct heaters 

4. Electrical wiring for two gas furnaces 

5. Electrical wiring for two electric duct 
heaters .' 

6. Removal of existing oil furnace from top 
of building and refinishing roof where ' 
furnace was situated. 

7. Constructing two walls and roof 5 ft, x 6 ft. 
to house each gas furnace. 

A. Fire door 

B. 6" walls to meet Fire code 

C. Install cement footings and cement 

floor 

D. Cover with steel to match existing 
building 

District 628 is requiring separate quotes on 
each item numbering 1-7, including labor. 

Interested parties may call the 
superintendent or stop at the school for further 
information at 465-4222. 

Quotes will be opened at the Monday, June 
24th, special board meeting, 8:00 P.M. 

The Board has the right to reject any or all quotes. 



Friday, June 14, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 13 



TRF Gophers sweep RLF 
Babe Ruth doubleheader 



A Babe Ruth baseball double- 
header sweep at Red Lake Palls 
Thursday included 10-9 and 9-1 
wins for ihe Thief River Falls 14- 
15-year-old Gophen. 

The Gophen, coached by Myron 
Peterson, are 5- 1 Tor the year. 



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TRF Gophers 

Red Lake Falls... 



TRF Gophers 

Red Lake Falls... 



10 

9 



Thief River Falls out-hit Red 
' Lake Falls 15-2, but won just 10-9 

in the six-inning opener on tho 

'. strength of on eight-run third inning. 

David Johnson was 3-for-4, while 

' Cole Puruseth, Tim Barry and Cory 

Jenkins picked up two nits apiece 
"for the Gophen. 

- Barry was the winning pitcher, 
, with a save going to Brett Peterson. 



Brent Kleinvachter was 3-for-4 
with a double and a triple as the 
Gophers completed the sweep with 
a 9-1 second-game win. 

Brett Peterson. Jason Hruby and 
Preston Treat all went 2-for-4 as 
Thief River Falls out-hit Red Lake 
Falls 13-2. 

Brett Peterson was the winning 
pitcher in the six-inning contest. 

•cawaag/lMlaaja 



TRF Babe Ruth 13-vear-olds... 
Lobos tip Gamecocks 6-4 



Chanc Keefe, Paul Gonsorowtki 

; and Andrew Dally had two hits 

apiece at the Lobos came from 

behind to beat the Gamecocks 6-4 

Wednesday in an all-Thief River 

Falls Babe Ruth Prep baseball 

match-up.for 13-year-olds at Irv 

Wilsonfield. - 

It was the 1991 season-opener for 

•'the Chris Nelson-coached Game- 

' cocks, while the Hunter Boldt- 

coached Lobos went to 4-0-1. 
' ■ Steve Rambcck had a pair of hits 

for the Gamecocks. 
'■ Winning pitcher Sam Adams 



struck out eight and walked four. 
Robbie Stock and Ryan Bendickson 
shared tho Gamecocks' pitching 
duties, giving up five walks and 
striking out four. Bendickson took 
the loss. „ J 

The Lobos will be in East Grand 
Forks Tuesday to face tho Optimists 
in a 10 ojn. doubleheader. 



■cvrtef/kkaiafja 



l\vlns baseball clinic 
will be presented In 
TRF Friday, June 21 

Thief River Falls will be host to 
one of the Minnesota Twins youlh 
basebaN clinics Friday, June 21, 
storting at 3 p.m. on the Little 
League diamond at the fairgrounds. 

In ease of inclement weather, the 
clinic will be held inside (he Sports 
Arena. 

The three-hour clinics arc free 
and open to boys and nirls ages 6- 
18. Tnc clinics arc divided into two 
90-minuic sessions, one. for kids 6-8 
years old and one for kids 9-18, 
with each session focusing on 
defense, hitting, pitching and base 
running. 

This year's clinic staff includes 
Dennis Amundson, St. Paul Hording 
High School conch: Bob Johnson, a 
member of the 1966 World 
Champion Baltimore Orioles; and 
Ken Slnplcs, Woyzata High School 
conch. The staff will work with 
kids to provide "hands on" instruc- 
tion, encouraging individual 
improvement and familiarity with 
[he game of baseball. 

Bombers, Reds 
finish with split 
at Grand Forks 

Thief River Falls Legion/VFW 
Bombers split n lale-rcportcd 
Monday bascbnll doubleheader 
against the Grand Forks Reds at 
Kraft Field, winning the opener 13- 
3, but losing the nightcap 3-2. 

TRF Bombers... 



TVap League 



There were just three 25-straight 
scores turned in Monday during 
Week 6 shooting in the Thief River 
Falls Trap League - Fran Johnson, 
Triple J Trap Co., plus Pam Johnson 
and Pat Fisher, Thyren Auto Sales. 

Thief River Falls shooters will 
compete against their Crookston 
counterparts in a dub shoot 
Wednesday, June 19, at Crookston. 



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23-7-24. 

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2-21, Warran Hanaiiad 22-2-24, Mark 
Kaggn 23-0-23. Oar/ Lam 11-3-24, Rogaf 
Mounter 22-2-24. 



1 1H, 
Brvc* Pharmacy 111 

• Brldatman'a - Jim Carlton 23-4-24. 
Stave Boa 19-S-24. JelT Doe 21-2-23. Al 
Kuck 1B-S-24, MWIgriman 18-B-23. 

• Bruce Pharmacy - Mha LeSata 22-2-24, 
Bl USaSe 17-3-20. Tkn Numadahj 23-3-24. 
BcbWoU 22 2 24. Ron Haneon 23-1-24 
Eatfealll. 

Woodmen Conatrucllon 111 

• Eagle* - Dave Diaxee 24-1-24. Kurt 
Duprea 24-0-24. Joel Nekton 244-24. Roger 

HbM 24-0-24, Peter Tit 22-0-22. 

• Woodmen ConSruOlon - We* SkbfcM 
23-2-24. Al Notion 24-3-24. Stove Kruta 21- 
6-24. Al BougWon 22-2-24. Curl Grand 1B-3- 
22. 

Tony Dom Inc. IIS, 
Northern Bute Bank IIS 

• Tony Dom Inc. - Kan Oarcoau 23-S-24. 
Bob Oiauoue 20-2-22. Bruce Kaflor 104-24, 
Many Johraon 23-2-24, Don Wahbaok 243- 

24. 

• r*srtr)om8UoBer*-arrkiBenSckeon 
10-3-22. Duane HoOand 10-3-22. Howard 
Thoraon 244-24, Demi* ZutowiH 23-0-23, 
John Zak 21-4-24, 

Triple J Trap Co. 11 1, 
Stobetg-a Cable TV 111 

• Tr&e J Trap Co. - Fran Johnaon 2SO- 

23. Al SteWiauar 24-1-25. Rick Sovde 21-1- 

24. Mike SJodln 23-0-23, Loyd Meby 22-0- 
22. 

• HODerg"* Cable TV - Stan SJoborg 234- 
23. Dick SKberp 18-0-24, Dave Orovum 23- 
1-24. Dale Barm 24-2-24. Marv Carleon 22- 
t-23, 

Thyran Auto Balea 111, 
"na Hut 110 

• Thyren Aula Seiee - Ray Thirroflaj-a- 



Bagley is 
beaten by 
Bombers 

Five Thief River Falli players 
had t*o or more hits Tuesday as the 
Legion/VFW Bombers handled 
Bagley 16-4 in a Five-inning 10-run 
rule baseball game at Irv Wilson 
Field. 

Jeremy Olson was 3-for-3 in the 
14-hil Thief River Falls attack, 
while Jason Svir went 3-for-4, 
Carter Rogalla 2-for-2, Rick Ostby 
2-for-3 and Marc Haugcn 2-for-4. 

Thief River Falls scored 12 times 
in the second inning when Svir and 
Ostby hit back-to-back home runs 
and moments later Rogalla, who fin- 
ished with fourRBf, cleared the 
fences. 

Ostby also picked up the win on 
the mound, finishing with three 
strike-outs and no walks. 



• Plus Hut • Ruta Bolleien 21-0-21, 
Becky Flachor 20-2-22, Cory Thoraon 15-5- 
23, liny Konkkaon 14-4-20. Kevin Erttkaon 
21-4-24. 



• Narverud Ctaenara - Dan Narverud 23- 
0-23, Sieve Narverud 21-3-24, Milch 
Bomeman 20-1-21, Ron Undbero 10-2-21. 
Not Haneon 22-2-24. 



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M0 - 6 72 Grand Forks Reds 3 



- ) Youth Baseball 



TRF Gamecocks sweep Crookston 



Thief River Falls Gamecocks 

- swept Crookston 18-2, U-4 

Thursday in a Babe Ruth baseball 

doubleheader for 13-year-oIds V, Irv 

Wilson Field. 

Next outing for tho 2-1 
Gamecocks will be a Wednesday, 
June 19, (Joublehcadcr against tho 
Thief River Falls Mudhens, begin- 
ning at 5 pjn. at Irv Wilson Field. 



TRF Gamecocks 

Crookston 



TRF Gamecocks. .. 
'Crookston 



Derrick McFarland was 4*for-4 

and scored four. times. Ryan 

Bendickson was 3-for-4 with an 

•inside the pork homo run and six 

RBI, Craig Huot was 2-for-2 and 

•-Billy Simpson was 2-for-4 with 

' three RBI as the Gamecocks rolled 

' up an 18-2 five-inning 10-run rule 

-first-game win over Crookston. 

' Huot pitched the first four innings 

for the win. Simpson worked. an 

; inning of relief. Tney combined on 

eight strike-outs and five walks; • 



A five-run first inning carried 
Thief River Falls to an 11-4 win in 
Game 2 and a doubleheader sweep. 

Dave Bruggcmaii was 2-for-2, 
Billy Simpson was 2-for-3 with a 
pair of RBI and Ryan Bendickson 
came up with his second inside-thc- 
park home run of the day. 

Ryan Swanson was the winning 
pitcher, with Josh Melby working 
one inning of relief in the scheduled 
five-inning game.,,. ti .■/,.,, 

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Robert Nelson and Jason Svir 
were both 3-for-4 as the Bombers 
rolled to a 13-3 six-inning 10-run 
rule Game 1 win over the Reds, 

Nelson hnd a three-run third 
inning home run and finished the 
game with six RBI. 

Trevor Haugcn struck out four 
and walked five in six innings of 
five-hit pitching for the win. 

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Chlodo Blue/Gold record 
Is added to Times article 

' A school-best 6:07 mile run by 
Toni Chiodo was inadvertently 
omitted in Tho Times Tuesday in o 
story on record-setting perfor- 
mances by Thief River Falls fresh- 
man and sophomore boys and girls 
during phy-cd class Blue & Gold 
Club testing. 



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Grand Forks Reds 

TRF Bombers 



' Grand Forks bounced back to 
beat Thief River Falls 3-2 in Gamo 
2 for the twinbill split- 
Kevin Erickson was a tough-luck 
losing pitcher, giving up just three 
hits while striking out three and 
walking four. 

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Thief River Falls Park 4 
Recreation Department youth base- 
ball program teams will begin their 
1991 schedules Monday following 
of week of practice drills. 

The program includes the 7-8- 
year-old Giants, Padres, Reds, 
Phillies, Cubs, Braves, Cardinals 
and Expos; the 9-10-year-old 
Royals, Red Sox, Brewers, Tigers, 
Orioles, Rangers, White Sox, 
Angels and Mets; plus the 11-12- 
year-old Mariners, Twins, Blue 
Jays, Astros, Dodgers, Yankees, 
Pirates, A's and Indians. 

Schedule June 17-31 

Monday, June IT - {> bjti.) Qlanta v*. 
Padree, Fmd 1: Royala vs. Bad Sox, Feat 
1 Pitch Field: A"a va. Aalroa. Utile League 
Held. (11 ejiQBedava.Prrtea.Roai: 
Brewers va. Tiger*, Fax PBch Field; Blue 
Jayavt-OodoewLBtotWaiFWd. (130 
pyn.) Ct*» va. Bravaa, Rati 1: Ortotea va. 
Rangers, Fnet Pitch Field: Indiana va. 
Marinera. UUe League Field. (JdO pjn.) 
Cardktar* va. Bepoe, FWd V, Wria Sox va, 
Angeta, Feel Ptieh Dekt: Pkaiae va. Tarlna, 
Unto League Held. (WO twruj Indlene ve. 
YankeeaTlBle League FWd. 

Tueaday, Juna 18 -am pjrv) A"e va. 
BluoJBye.LkUeLeagueFleld. , , , 

Wedmaday, June IB - ( B am) Padraa 
va. ftoda. Raid 1: AKroe va. Dodgera. LBIe 
League Bold. (11 ejn.) Phnea va. Cuba. 



R*U 1; Boyera va. Breerora, Feat Plch ReM: 



Mariners va. Terln*. Unie League Ftold. 
nao pjn.) Bravee va. CardJnai, FieM 1: 
Red Sox vs. Tigers. Fast Pieh Bald: Blue 



Shockers win 
two from EGF 
in Babe Ruth 

Out-hitting the East Grand Forks 
Blue Jays 22-* for the day, the Thief 
River Falls 14- 15-year-old Shockers 
rolled to a late-reported 11-1, 16-3 
Babe Ruth baseball doubleheader 
sweep al East Grand Forks Monday. 

11 

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TRF Shockers .... 
EGF Blue Jays... 



Jeya vs. Yankees. Unto League RettpaO 
p-nV) Ejrpce vs. Glante. FWd 1: Odotoe va. 
beta, FesiPKft Held; A-ava. Dodgera. Unto 
League Field. (BiSO p.m.) Aitroa va. 
Manners. UnleLeeguo FWd. 

ThuradaVjJuoe 20 - (MO pm) Pirslee 



T*rtve.r>edg«!re.UriVLe«^Bold. (11 
sum) Padree va. Bravee, FWd 1: Indiana «. 
Ai,LMleLoagoeFWd. (iaOpJn.)PhDJtoa 



Joby Looker pitched a one-hitter, 
striking out 13, as Thief River Falls 
collected an 11-1 six-inning 10-run 
rule win in the opener. 

Looker and Dusty Eddleman both 
had a pair of hits for the winners. 

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League Field. 1320 pjn.) Cu&nilt vs. 
Qlanta. Field 1; Rod Sox vs. Range™. Faal 
PBch FWd; Dodgers vs. TwBa, llio Loaguo 
FWd. 

TRF Invitational 

(Cwitiniicd from Page 12) 
Park Blvor; S pjn. Thief Rh*r Falai vs. Park 
River. 

Saturday, June IS- 11 ejn. Red Laka 
Fella v*. Grand Fork* Air Force Base: t pjn. 
imomaUonat F*B» v*. Rod Lnko Fafij; 3 pjn. 
Roaoau vs. CrookMon: S pun. kilomaltonal 
Fas* vs. TNel River Fall* Bombera: 7 pjn. 
Crookston vs. ThW Rliror FoB*. 

Sunday, June 18 - 93C- ejn. Red Lake 
Fait vs. Thtot Rfvor FoB* Bomber*; 12*0 
Thiol River Falla va, Roseau: 3 p.m. 
Intemoltonal Fattt va. Grand Forka Air Force 
Base: 4 pjn. Park River vs. Roaoau; jun. 
Thiol River Fall* Bombers vs. Grand Forks 
Mr Force Baso. 



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Dusty Eddleman earner u p with 
three hits, while Chris Bjomstad, 
Dunne Ha^emon and Ryan Wold all 
had two hits in the Shockers' 16-6 
second-game victory. 

Bjomstad was the winning pitch- 



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— | NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 14, 1991 



— I Men's Soltolin 



St Hilar* (Wan S 

Sena l **;&• H*io • 

D trial** II 



Bu«y K*l ° 

Norfwatt Ere O/k * 

Carqjait Auto PaT.t 4 

kUw Truciucs 4 

Evanc*cat Frw Church 3 

HodoTrucfcrtg 
H-pnla/xJna 
Knchti of Cotix-but 

Dell WoiSHn L-.rt 
NortTtwos! Mea=sl Cer.w 
NjchoW 

ftcfcl AppMnce 
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Aiwncan Logon 8 ' 

n*»uiti 

Tuesday. June 11 - («!») P-rn.) Hogto 
True*iw « MortfiwMi it*ac*i Carrier 2; 

HWManding 25. Nieft» 69 0; Lantern 10. 
Rfcx't Appliance 3; Bait Wninn Inn 7. 
Oita Can*> 2: flinty Nail (MI KnMhB ol 
Columbus (no score lined). (7:)0 pjn-l 
Ruili Nail 13. Niche 99 0: Norlhwesl 
UaOcal Cantaf del. Knights ol Columbus 
(no scora Isiod): Hogto Trucking B, Boil 
Vrtltom bin 3; Oito Caw 11. Lantern 1: 
rdglianong IB. fuctfs Appawce 3. (fc« 
rxmj rUgrJancJng 0*1. Knights of CeAirobUi 
(no Keys Kiwi). 

Thurtdry, Jur._ . . 
Hal 13. Northwest Eye CJnic . 
Legion 11. UaMa TrueWng 0; SI. Hilelro 
Dam ml Pizza t*Jl (no acorn Wad); Pep* 
13. Stone's Mobile Radio 0. (7:30 p-m0 
UaMa Trucking 8. Evangaffcai Free Church 
B: Pepsi 10. SI Httart Boor* 2. 

Tunaey, Juna 1 1 - rs20 pjnj Lantern 
n. Betl wiktem Km. FloW 1: Wefte H vs. 
North wesNitatftctl Cantaf, Field Z: Oslo 
Cam, vs. HlghianUng. FWd 3: 1' 
Columbus vi. Hoblo Trucking, 
Rk*i Anptance v -----—--' 
PlkfiFWd. (T-JO 

N*f*M. FWd1;l. r 

v*. Ride* tolarwe. Raid 2: Lanlom 
rDgnUndkn. nokV3; Best Western kin vs. 
Knight* oTCol/mbus. Field 4: Molvle 
Trucking vs. Oafa Cenex.Fast Pilch Field. 
(IMS ojtl) HtSlaraSng vs. NktM W. Fail 

— I — ,..«- m _j 

ii Froo 

; Amoco 2* vt. Melvlo 
t _ __ Buscft va. Papal, Bold 3; 
_ lEoton va. Plua HuL Field 4; 
Northwest Eva Clinks v». 31one-a Mobllo 
Radki. Flold 5: SL Hllatt Boars va. Rusty 
KalFWdfl. (7-JOpJn.lAmancnnLaoloo 
vs. Evangelical Free Church, Flotd 1; 
Amoco 24 va. Carouost Auto Parts. Flold 2: 
Pepsi v». MeMo Trucking. FlokJ 3; Busen 
va.?teu Hut Raid 4: Stonoa UobOa Radio 
vs. Rusty HUI. FWd S: SL Kilofrs Boars vs. 
ftanhwesl Eye Chic, FWd 8. 



TRF Gophers 
split contests 
against Gold 

Bcaicn 15-2 in Game 1. the Thief 
River Falls 14-15-ycar-old Gophen 
bounced back to oui-score 
Crookiion Gold 13-12 in Game 2 
Tuesday for a Babe Ruin baseball 
doubtcheader split al Irv Wilson 
Field. 

Crookston Gold 15 

TRF Gophers 2 

Crookston jumped out to a five- 
run lead in ihc top of ihe first Inning 
and had an 8-1 cushion after two 
innings en route to the 15-2 five- 
inning 10-run rule first-game win. 

Preston Treat was ihe losing 
pitcher. 



|ca*ing/laBlaga 



_532a- IS 12 4 



TRF Gophers 13 

Crookston Gold 12 

David Johnson came up with a 
game-winning RBI double in the 
bottom of the seventh inning as the 
Gophers outlasted Gold 13-12 in the 
second half of the twinbilL 

Winning pitcher Tim Barry gave 
up just two hits. Brett Peterson and 
Preston Treat were both 2-for-3 for 
the Gophers, with Peterson driving 
in a pair of runs. 



E MoMo TrudUng. Fast 
Ln.1 Hoglo Trudwig vs. 
EfinwsalMooicBlCariMr 



Help Wanted 



RN PCWmOM opan pajt-anw W a boo- 
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k>dudM rotaflng ■«"» "nd «vafy oihaf 
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450 Bad Lafca Faot. MN 66750, 281- 

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NOFnHERH PRIDE, WC k accapcing «p- 
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Fallt, MN. An Equal Opportunity 
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POSITION OPEN part-omo tor an LPN In 
a bno-Bjrm haoMh com tncitif. PoaWon 
Indudoa working rotating tnllts, and 
awry oihor wookand. II Intortmod con- 
tact Hiacroat Nuriing Homo. 31 1 Broad- 
way Avo.. Box 45S. Rod Lako Fatb, MN 

E67S0. 291-4683. EOE. 7l50c 

COOHDtNATOirS A3SI3TAMT wwitod 
lor Head Start program. Must nova good 
pubic roUoon ikills. bo familiar with data 
procoaalng and gonoral ofllca 
procodutM. and wiling to loam. PoalOor 
a k\ Badgor. MM and vnD rvBofrv bo part- 
lime. For more Inlormnlion and 
applcaDorai. cal Mark Carlson, Director, 
at S28-3227 or wrtto to NWCA. Box 199, 
Badgor, MN E6714. AppncaUoM «nU bo 
■ocoptod unUl Juno 2Sn. Wo ero an e- 
qual opportunity emptoyor. 4i4Bc 
LOOKINO FOR ambldout taknponon to 
work on a commlialon. Excellonl 
opportunity. Pkusa cal 218-253-2836. 

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FOB SALE- 8-yoor old. 4-bedroom 2- 
bafli homo, full basorwmt wnh walkout, 
contral air. now LP furnace, ofl-poak 
okKtrio (REA) on 4 acres. Indudot ttovo, 
frtdgo and cSshwashor, dotachod garapo, 
locatod along Hwy 11. mkJ 601. phono 
7B2-Z434 wavo mossnQo. F3S2p 

FOR SALE- 2-bodroom homo, attached 
skigla garago. IWsriod basofnont with 
fireplace In roc room, bodroom and utility 
room. Upper 30'i. Call Ge1-t38g lor 

ap polnlmonL 20Bo 

FOR SALE- Threo bodroom homo, at- 
tached garaqo on frvo acros, doao to 

trf. cal-oeaz S4usp 



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Crookston Softball 
Crookston will host the Scot 
Johnson Memorial Invitational 
men's slow pitch softboll tourna- 
ment Sunday, June 23. 

To enter the tournament, send the 
S70 entry fee to Crookston Park & 
Recreation, 124 No. Broadway, 
Crookston, MN 56716; telephone 
281-5609. • 



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FOR SALE- 3 Cosco twhral kitchen 
slsoli; too ywdB bokjo panomod carpet; 
one-16" Traverse rod; two 4-1/2 Travorso 

rod Phono 681-4261. 2MBp 

FOR SALE- Hoover spirmor vrashor. $75, 

cafl 681-67S4 anor S p.m. 2l50p 

FOR SALE- OE oloccric now. busl-«i 
model, works woO, gold, J50.00 or host 

otter. 881-3158. »48p 

FOR SALE- KoMnator washer & O.E. 
dryer, both green In color, waanor Iko 
new, call 6B1-7243 evonrngs. 4t51o 
FOR BALE- Wahut Oueen Anno table 
and four ehairt, 64* round. For Intorma- 

flort cafl 681-821 2. 280O 

30 HUH eftWont wood slovos, fumoco 
and nreplacoa dsplayod. HJghost quolrty 
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UAYTAO WRINOER washer wfth pump. 
looks fto now. $76.00. phono 210-754- 
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FOR SALE- 4-ptoco bodroom set, oxcot- 
lont condfuon, old trunk, chost ol drawofs, 
Sbrary table, 20 gallon Redwing crock, 
stain glass window, call S81-70B3 

ovonlngs. IMBp 

FOR SALE- Gibson 1400 BTU window 
air condidonor, oxcolont r^ndrSon, $300. 
Phono 681-7082 anor 6 pm. 460p 
FOR SALE- SoSd oak dWng room tabto 
and six chairs. 2ftoco buffet and server. 
Cal 253-2530. F2t50p 

Personal Services 

HANDYMAN- r=xporioncod. wiling to do 
s mal k>ba, 681-7358 Stove- F48rJo 
ENJOY THIS Summer on an oloctrlo 
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Our •Service Is tho Difference". Call 
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South, Thiol Rlvor Fans. Af>plkaaons may 
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TnunkM Ornoo. 318 rtopht Avo. North, 
Thiol Rhror Fans. Doodino for appaca- 
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Equal Opportunity Emptoyor. 4148c 
HELP WANTED- Fufl-dmo oxponbncod 
cook. Send com p to to resume to Box 
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Public Notices 

ENJOY THE Rod Lake FaDs Buffings*! 
Professional Rodoo, Saturday, June 
28th, 7«0, Sunday. June 30th, 2:00. 

F3t50p 

LOOKING! FOR Infcmwoon on Lottor C. 
Kidder and Joan rudder. Plooso wrlto to 
#2033. C/O Tho Tknoa. P.O. Box 100. 
Thkjl Rfvor FaBs. MN 56701. 461p 



FOR RENT- Across Irom Northland, par- 
tially fumlshod, mini blinds, security 
doors, gamo room, all uMUos poJd, plonty 
of parting. Call 681-2307. Wto 

FOR RENT- Jury 1. 14x70 mobllo homo, 
no peb. toaso, roteronoes and deposit 

roquired. 681-2663. P4M0c 

FOR RENT- Lsrgo 1-bodroom spartmont 
In qulol oiyht unit apartment bulking In 
rosleontiat neighborhood. Hoat, water, 
stovo, rofrioorotor are Inckidod. Extra 
Btorago space avaEablo, laundry lacflioee 
ond mafl doKvory In bUkfing. off-stroot 
parking with car plug-in. HUD approved. 
no pott, doposit rooulrod Cal 681-7446. 

47BC 

FOR RENT- Furnished upstairs 
apartmont. all ulUtJos paid, for a working 
person. Haso and roforancos roquirod. 
S236.0O per month plus $175.00 dopoerL 
Call 681-4087, Stan Gibson Agoncy. 

46tfo 

FOR RENT- Largo two bodroom haso- 
mont apartmont, $330.00. cal 6B1-7217. 

2t46p . 

FOR RENT- 3-bodroom houto at 812 
North DuhiOi, ovailablo Juno 1, $350.00 
per month, dnmngo doposll ond 
roforoncw. Call 1-61 2-88 1-3675. 40tfc 

FOR RENT- Commordsl rental propofty. 
epproxlmatofy 800 sq. fL, 681-1651 after 

3 p.m. 41460 

FOR RENT- Vory nice slooolng room, 
quiot, kltchon, air concfiBonod, 6B1-1500. 
47tfc 



DtJDJUUIIl uijujuiiuiil, uii bumiuMmiy, m*. 

appOancos, pavod parking lot, car plug- 
Ins and laundry facilities, doposll 

roquirod, 681-1746. 46tfo 

FOR RENT- Upstairs 3 room apartmont 
whh share bath, rant $135,00, $100.00 
security doposll, oil utfitlos provided. 2 
blocks Irom Ponnoys. Call 681-4087, 
Stan Gibson Roalty. 4Btfo 
FOR RENT or Bakt- 3-4 bedroom farm 
homo, saio prleo $21^00. rent $225.00 
per month, $300.00 oopeatt, must have 
ratoroncot. Call 661-4087 or 681-3360, 
Stan Gibson Realty. 46tfo 

FOR RENT- 2-bodroom houso with 
garaoo, 620 North Konoall, call 681 -71 24 
or 465-4563. 2U9p 

FOR RENT- 3-bodroom farm homo. 6 
milos oast of TRF. AvatlaUo July 1st, 
roforoncos roquirod. (or more Information 
phono 661-4175. 2M6p 



Wanted To Buy 



WANT TO BUY- Aluminum canoo, 15' lo 
\T In good condition, call 681-1556. 

4t50p 

WOULD LIKE To Buy- Round oak table 
and chairs, condition not important. We 
can rahnlsh. Alto old wooden hkjhchair, 
681-5878 alior 10 a.m. or loavo 

mossago. F2lS0p 

OLD WOOD spood boats wantod In- 
board molo- typo. Want Chris-Craft, 
GarWocd, Hacker, and 23-fL Higglns. 
218-848-2236 or 218-848-2836 

ovonings. 2l48p 

BUYINQ SCRAP IRON, car bedtos/farm 
machlnory. froo pickup/sorvico, 281-681- 
5833. F6tS2p 

Lost And Found 

LOST- Malo Boagle. B milos east ol 
r3ccdndgo. vory friondy, answers to tho 
namo olDuko. Call 378-4452 or 284- 

6101, otklor Don. 11481 

FOUND- A Thiol River Falls Lincoln high 
school 1884 class ring, (mont), 523- 

3773. 2t4Sp 

LOST1N TRF- Mans woddlng ring, ki tho 
box, gold with diamonds across the 
bond Cal 681-6054. after 6 p.m. If no 
nrtswor, ploaso loavo it at tho Law Enfor- 
comont Contor. Bt52o 



Real Estate 



2-STORY 4-BEDROOU house with 
garage, smal shad, 2 tots on Main street 
in Okloo, call evenings. 786-5255. 
F3020 



RED LAKE CABINS 

Two Cabina On 

Tamarack Rlvor 

Onc2-Bedroom.One 1-Dedroom 

Yr. Round Access. Only $16^500 

Low Down Payment 
USA Really: 218-743-3322 



FOR SALE: NEW LHTWO 16-X24 1 cabin 
on Lake of the Woods wtth 126' ol lake 
(rontago. locatod near Zpplo Bay Sta» 
Park. Cabin It ail tumthod and ta ready 
to movo In. This proporty comos com- 
pktto vrlfli a boat house and ■ storage 
shod. Conrrad for deed to quallfiod 
buyors. Cal USA REALTY, 483-3148. 

11480 

FOR SALE- Homo in country on 6-1/2 
acres. Also, lot by Oakland Park. 100' by 
186'. 748-6838. F2tS0p 

FOR SALE- 14x70 3-oedroom moMo 
homo, sir eondiilonor. washer and dryor 
Included WH dofrvor froo. 218-281-3748. 
imp 



Poultry 



avg. weight 4». Call 681-6747. 1t48p 

Real Estate 

FOR SALE By Owner. 3-bodroom whh 
basomant apartmont, 2-1/2 baths, unat- 
tachod garago, llroplaco. eattaldo 
location, mid 30's, 681-7250 or 681- 

7147, 2»9p 

FOR SALE- Commorclol proporty 
downtown Thiol Rlvor Falls. Primo 
location, has 2 rental unia. For mora In- 
formation wrlto P.O. Box 128, Karlstad, 
MN S6732 or call 436-3164. 4(48p 

FOR SALE: LAKE PROPERTY ON 
LAKE OF THE WOODS. USA REALTY 

has cabins starting at Just $12,600.00 
with owner financing ovailablo on many. 
Cafl 463-3148. 1I48C 



COUUERtCAL PROPERTY for solo or 
rant, 28-X104' buiksng. OfUco. shop, and 
warehouse space. BuDdng located at 
030 Pennington Ave. (Airport road). Cafl 
681-3387 Parrel. 41 Bo 

3 PLUS ACRES, new doop wo", septic, 
nlco trooi. big lonced yard, 14x70 
Kenwood, 3-bodrooms, large kltchon, 
now gas hi mace, entry, deck, good 
Starter, $10.500.00. 681-4736. 1t48p 
FOR SALE- 45 acros of alfalfa hayland, 6 
mloa NW of Ooodrldoo, 406-756^208, 
2t4Bo 



roasonable, 681-2586. IMBp 

FOLH BUILDINOS: Machine ttorago, 
ehope, ihrostock, eommordal, RV storage 
and gamgos, computofy oroctod, with 
warranfy, serving Northom Minnesota. 
For color brochure and prices cal: toll 
free. 1-800-7B2-O084. NM4-23fto 



LAKE OF THE WOODS 

Lako Lots For Solo 

On American Sldo. 

Will Show Lois-June 20- 25. 

Low Down PaymenL 

Coll For Mop & Information, 

Owner/Agent: 218-743-3322 



FOR SALE by Owner- 120 acres with 
nlco 3-bodroorn rambler home, doublet 
garago, largo stool machino shod, stool 
granary and stool polo bam. Locatod 12 
mlos northwest ol TRF. For mora infor- 
mation call 661-1677 botwoon 12 noon 
and 8 p.m. 1l48p 

FOR SALE: CORNER CAFE in 
BADGER. This vory proeporous business 
comos hily equip pod and includes rental 
kicomo. For more information cal USA 
REALTY, 463-3148. 1148c 



LAND FOR SALE 

Ar^mxdmatcly 5000 Acres In 
KondikoTwp. 
Eastern Kittson Co., MN 
l.CRPLAND 
Z CROPLAND Some Peat 
& Mineral Soil With 
100* Wheat Base 
3. HUNTING LAND 
Well Sell Any Combination 
Of Above Acreage. 
CONTACT BILL RAM AGE 
218-379-3215 



FOR SALE- Farm slto 2 mlos south ol 
TRF, bam, tlo, 3-bodroom ramUor w/at- 
tachod doublo garago, 6-6 acres w/ 
Drove, $55,000. Call 701-293-6800. 
4151 p 



Anglo next to Young's Bay Resort this 
growing business comos fully equipped 
and Incudes living qunrtore. Contract for 
oood to qualfiod buyer. Col for mora b- 
lormatlon U8A REALTY, 483-3148. 



Help Wanted 



GAS REFRIGERATORS, solar oloctrSc 
systems, prntovoftafe modules, Inverters, 
batteriet. Incredible prices. 64 page 
catalog $3.00. -SOLAR ELECTRIC IN- 
DEPENDENT HOME BOOK" $18.06 
flndudos shtoping and catalog). Fowtor 
Solar Eloctrlo, Ino, P.O. Box 435. 
WiXttiington, MA 01088. 413-238-6074. 
NMIOtSp 

FOR SALE- Brown aofo. excollont 
condition, $88.00: Comfort Air air 
condUon. 7.800 BTU. $250.00. 681- 

1881. 1U8p 

WOULD LIKE To Buy- Round oak tabto 
and chairs, condHon not Important. Wo 
can rofWsh. Also old woodon highchair. 
6B1-6878 alter 10 a.m. or loavo 
message. F2SOp 

CHmoPRACTrC QUEEN-SCE bod for 
sale, one year old cal 681-4688. 1t46p_ 
FOR SALE- Ak conditioner, cal 681- 
3079. F2t48p 



CONSTRUCTION- Carpontort, plpo 
layers, iron workers, laborers, oqulpmont 
oporstors with heavy construction 
experience, Job Service, 661-1 1 00, 
EO.E 4t50p 



HELP WANTED 

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in msfntonanco and upkeep of a rental 
complex with 30 apartments and 15 
townhomos. Submit application to Bomld- 
P Management Inc. 514 Paul Bunyan 
Dr. N.W.. Bemkfrl. MN 66601. Phone 
218-761-6881. F3t50c 



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Instructor. 

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Miscellaneous 

FOR SALE- 1/2 roll tar paper. 1/1 red 
roofing paper. 1 window. (33-1/r x 51T 
,<-<»4a mr-04-. 681-4601. map 

HUSOVARNA TRfUUER brush tuner 
and biowors, ero now at RV Sports Inc 
■TRF. 681-1007. 1t4Bc 

FOR SALE- Used bathroom lavatories, 
24*-2 ipeed kltchon hood snd tans, call 
218-843-2127. Hal lock Homes Inc 
F2t50p 



HOLTAN 
IRON 

IS BUYING 1RONI 

Located On Hwy. E8 North 
Behind fWce rVorfcf 

NOWPAY1NG 

cuTiRorj..... , 60Tcw 

CO(j7ITRi , M1X... , 40toi 
CARS ft TIN '20 tom 



TrixkWciflhirrgSwvtee 
Available- On Srte, 



681-1210 

PICKUP SERVICE AVAILABLE 



Professional Rodoo, Saturday. — ... 
28th, 7:00. Sunday, Juno 30th, 2:00. 
F3t50p 

WE SERVICE Marinor. Morcury, 
Evkirudo, Johnson, MorCnisor. Cobra, 
Vofvo. Gene's Marino, Mentor, MN. 218- 

637-2050. NM11t6-24c _^_^ 

FOR SALE- Two futklie dryer chsbs, 
hydraulo styling chair, floi-arbour rolfor 
tray stand, large styling station with sink 
and 30*x40* mirror, call 064-6650 
anytlmo, $400 takes all six plocos. 
F2l48p 

$ LOANS $ Personal. Ldan/Dobt 
Consolidation. Call f or a Iroo consultation 
yrlth a loan consultant TODAY. From 9 
ojti. to 8 p.m. also MC/Vlsa available. I- 
800-765-1 065. 10150c 



FOR SALE 

Silk Flowers And Greens 

Geraniums, Fuchios 

Baskeis-Rinr' Wall 

And Hanging Baskets 

711 Arnold Ave. North 

1-5P.M, 

Tele.: 681-1991 



WINDSHIELD REPAIR - Stono chips, 
smal brooks, opprax. 10% roplacomonl 
cost Most Insuranco oampanjos warvo 
doductjbio. For tree oadmatos call 681- 
>4233, An dors on Windshield Ropnlr. 
NM2-6tlo 

FOR SALE- Wood choppor,. fencer, 
Poavoy guitar. Shuro Mlko, 3/4 tlzo, 
vbnri case. 44tM5flf. 1t4Bp 



SS 




Comfbrtmoker 
Air Conditioning 
is the Answer 

• A Comfortmaker 
central air condition- 
ing system* can be 
matched exactly to 

) your home. 

a High efficiency 
design saves energy 
-cuts cooling bills 
-all summer long. 

■ Built-in Com- 
fortmaker quality 
assures long years 
of dependable 
operation. 

Rain Care Co. 

John P. Lovly 

Haattng/Alr Conditioning 

Goodrfdgo, MN 

378-4641 

CsMii fo il ii taker 

Call lor FREE Estimate 



Miscellaneous 



FURNACES 

♦ CAJ ♦ on. ♦ WOOD 
♦ ELECTUC 

Sdoj/Service/Initallah'on 

COUNTRY HEATING 

NOtMANSTTKnc, 378-42U 



FOR SALE- 8" Popple firewood tar out- 
side sieves, dairvorod, $3O.0Cv<cord. to 
cord load, $300 00 Dekvery now or laiar, 
coil 6 p.m.. 465-4405 NM4l7p 

FOR SALE- Cedar. Pine lumber, rough 
or planed. 2x6s. 6-ft to 18-fl. 7-fL Cedar 
potts. 386-2378 or 386-1370. 10t55p 

FOR SALE- Out i and 12x18 carpel and 
padralso 250 gallon luol tank, call 
ovonlngs. 465-4563. Il48p 



Miscellaneous 

POOL CHEMICALS: Do you need 
rJwrmcaki for your swrvnmg pooi. It so 

cafl ca t-10S3. 2UBp 

FOR SALE- Used alactrornc Yamaha 
organ, excollont condition, two new 
mens medium Jumpsuits. 681-3188. 

1l46p 

SINGLE? MEET someone spaoall Con- 
fldantial froo eiCltWg datailsl Singles 
ConnocBons. P.O. Box 8832-N, Fargo. 
HP 58103. S44 Be 

FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Starting 
at $705 for V-8s. 12-monft 12.000 mlos 
warranty. DonS Machine Shop. Foaston. 
MN Phone 218-4356378. or tol bee 1- 
800-448-1516. eedc 



Rummage Sales 

OARAOE SALE- Uen *. Ladaa' and 
young tor*' ctoffn-tg uoH. km of pnl 
and quart canrt-sg |an. misc ilams, June 
10 flvu June 22 1 10 CorSvy Ave Souti, 
8am B6pm rMBp 



.veddr>g gown w* hat, ataroee bka 
liousariold llemi. large sire ladiet 



Situation Wanted Business Opportunities 



HOUSE PAJNTINO- Fia* esumaiM. 
aipanancad. raasonabla rales, cafl 681 
7360. Stave NUIBc 



ENERGIZER 



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PLANNED 

PARENTHOOD 

Of Minnesota 

SarvfhffFarnflfeelriAt.tr'. 
IV/bMoota For Onr iO. rears 

Birth Control and 

Pregnancy Testing 

Affordable Professional 

and Confidential Care In 

Thief River Falls and 

Karlstad 

Medical Assistance and 
Aware Gold Accepted 

FOR AN APPOINTMENT 
CALL 

681-7585 

IN THIEF RIVER FALLS 

Hon. 11 do A.M.-«:30 P.M. 

Tuesk.WecL.Thur*. 

B.-00A.U.- 4:30 P.M. 



BATTERIES 




EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

119E.3rdSL 681-2351 T.FL Folia 



KtWANtS OROUP Fwnmage Sale, June 
16. parting lot of MorVtom Maviesota 
Utiieos, (1 15 Woai 3rd Si) II snyone has 
anyffiing lo donate please loave at NorV>- 
em Mnnosota UUoos bunding. Procoedi 
to sponsor tocal youlfi actryiaes. 2UBc 

RUUUAQE SALE- 2M Banen Ave.. 
Wed.. June 10th. kid's, women's and 
mon*s doSvng. dories, leys, snd misc. 



OARAOE SALE- Wed. Sat, Sunday. 
June 10-22-23. am. - 6 pm.. 1514 
Cartway Drtve. children's and adulfs 
cloihes snd books. IMBp 

RUaflMCE SALE- June 10-20.8-5. 12- 

pioco Corelle dish set. Avon, wall 
hangings, pictures, fruit Jars, aneques, 




6B 1-2767 



6 pm CS2c 



L' Cat Ann ai 216 681 -6082 si 



DAYCARE OPEMMOS: Cflenng a Urge 
fusy equipped backyard, indoor laatxvic 
LttM T*te gym oejiipment Irene OrOon, 

681-6838. F2l50p 

WANTED- CRP mowing, rotary Woods 
mowers used, reasonable rates, cafl Jxn 
Sundby. 438-26(8. Kara-tad 5tS2p 



Pets 



YAUAHA 81 koy electric piano, 
keyboard with sustain pedal. Can be 
toon nt Tho Tknos. $288.00. NM2tfo 



FOR 8ALE- Firewood, ash or birch, 
130 00 per cord plus deiivory. 284-6358. 

8tSZp 

BUY YOUR barton/ factory fresh. Wo car- 
ry ovor 1000 batteries In stock. For all 
en battery needs, tbp at ARra Power 
aery Company, Hwy. 1 A 58 West, 
681-8425, Thiol Rtver Falta. 62PC 

WILL TAKE bSurt, tledt. ATVi. guns, 
etc., on now and used goH parts. DAS, 
701-454-3313. F4l46p 



STOP BY The 2nd Hand, Hwy. 68 North. 
new Items added every day, 681-2055. 
HM3-18Ifo 

FOR SALE- Boctric motors, 1/4 hp. to 7- 
1/2 h.p. See ue tor all your oloctrio motor 
needs. Fleet Supply. CaM 681-2850. 47lfc 



HIGH CHOLESTEROL 

Lomrtogtl ".-.: 
JuslGol&sler 
218-681-6142 



RUMUAQE SALE- Clothe*, crafts, 
furniture, and misc. Wed., June 18 at 501 
S, Momam. IMBp 

6-PARTY OARAOE SALE- June 10-20, 
tools, tamps, TV*, radoa. ad sizes of 
dothing, glassware, mrscoHanoout, 120 
South Kendal. iu6p 

RUUUAQE SALE- June 20-21-22. 624 
West Nora, TRF, across from Discovery 
Place, doming, tools, snowmobie parts, 
washer, dryor, kitchen tablo. chairs, lawn 
mower. 2 bicycle*, denes, mkw Hems. 8 
a.m. to 6 pm. each day. Cal 681-4281. 

1 '48p 

UROUP RUUUAQE SALE- Infant to 
adult doming, couch. Rooto eouatier 
hitch, much misc., 810 North Main, II 
raining, 816 No. Main garago. June 15, 
8-3. 2t48p 

OARAOE SALE- June IS, 8-4, 621 West 
1st., dothing, all sizes. 15* tires and 
Chevy rims. Ln-Z-Boy rocllnor, toys, 
kitchen table, bikes, 3x12- pool, needs 
trior, lots of misc. 1148p 

Situation Wanted 



COCKER SPAMEL pups, oewormed, 
shots. $75.00, rust colored. 681-8117. 

F2t50p 

GIVE AWAY- Ktton. mother purebred 
Seal point Siamese, call 874-3662 
evenings, 2»8p 

TO GIVE AWAY- Swoek old pupofos, 
AmerkaviEsWrriC-ehefae cross, call 68i- 

261S2t48p 

FOR SALE- Years of love and atlecSon. 
AKC PapOon/ShiVTiu cross puppies. 
small, adorable, unique, iovoable, 7 
wooka old, $75, 754-6440. delivery 
poasible. 1t48p 

FOR SALE- fAJaturo Pinchor (looks iko 
tiny ftjbermanl, 3-montha old, fomale, 
parents Amerfcan/Canadlan breeding 
stock, mako exceliont family pet and 
watch dog. $250.00 or would consider 
trade. Call evenings Sunday through 
Friday, 222-3677, 314 8c 



FULL-HUE PART-T1UE Marketing. 
$250 00 -eck-y. cose with oflier incen- 
rvoa rtdjSod ApponWents set no ex- 
pananca ntcotiary. scholarships 
evsiabl* cal MondJy only from 800- 
300 681-5723 1Uap 



USED 
EQUIPMENT 



TRACTORS 

B55 Versatile 

5068 IHC 

2200 CASB 

70S IHC 

4020 J.D. 

2030 J.D. W/LOADER 

U70 CASE 

CUO IH 

70C0AUJS 

7080 ALUS 

210AUJS 

200 ALUS 

2G70CASE 

1 550 OUVER W/LOADER 

COoaBflVEoT'"r-" ' 



HAVEN STUMP 
- REMOVAL 



FREE ESTIMATES 

CALL 681-2433 

V ^Thlef River Falls, UHj 

BARN LOWERING and straiahtonlng. 
Bulldlnps loworod, raisod or movod. 
Ouomntoed work, froo ostimaros. Uoyd 
Hafvoreon. Dotroit Lakoa, 218-647-7223 
or 218.236^071. NMlOffp 

FOR SALE- Full lino of beauty shop 
oqulpmont, call 253-2530. F2t50p 

FOR SALE- 3406 375 h.p. Cot engine, 
rune won, can hoor, can 681-8042. tUBp 

SEWING UACHINE Repair • 30 years 
oxporfonco, work guaranteed, ropalrs 
made In your homo or bring machino to 
CoDco Plus, Falls Mall, Thiol River Falta. 
Call 661-6844 or 064-6763. NM7-4tfc 



CLEAN WITHOUT STEAU 
Tho -Von Schroder Way' - dry foam ox- 
traction trvolvos to Itiio moisturo (hat It Is 
absolutoly safe for on fabrics. It it a fast, 
no hazard ays torn lor doonlng all aupots 
end upholstorios. Cafl Raaniockfe Clas- 
tic deanors lor bee ostjm atoa, Senior 
Citizons dscount 881-7678. 28t51c 


Rummage Sales . 

CROUP RUUUAQE SALE- 608 South 
Kendall. Juno 18-20-21M, 9 n.m. to E 
p.m. Good, very dean things, big ond 
BmaJLsJioa, roosonabfy priced. Lots ol 
batata things, knickknada, toys, books, 
bedding, curtains, some now. Somo givo 
away itoms. Camo, youll be curprktod. 
2148p 

YARD SALE- 315 North Arnold, books, 
clothos, stulfod animals, voso*. SoL, 
Juno IS. 1t46p 



QARAOE8ALE- SoL, Juno 15, 8-5, most 
dothing 60 cents, Atari gamos, misc., 
338 N, Kendall. IHBp 

OARAOE SALE- Wed, Juno IBih, 8-6. 
Chlklron's dothing, toys, games, adult, 
dothing. falt-wlntor jackets, playpen, 



JACOBSON'SCQNCpTE 

CALL FOR ALL YOUR 
CONCRETE MEEDS... 

Sidewalks, Drivewajs, 
Block Basanam, Patio. Bam Work. 
-"' HlJBr^SnMATES"': "* '" 

cu: 681-4541 

Jaus Saves, Are You Saredf 



FOR SALE- AKC Shotland Shoopdog 
puppies and adults. Homo raisod, 681- 
6047. F2tS0p 

AKC SIBERIAN Husky, malo, $50. 6 
months, Norwegian EBdtound pups, $50, 
call 218-745-4020. lUflp 

READY JUNE 15. 7 AKC Labs, choco- 
lates and blacks, shots and dew daws 
removed. 253-2471. StStp 



1080 8820 JOHN DEERE 
1978 L-2 CLEANER 
1078 TR- 70 NEW HOLLAND 
1977 TR- 70 NEW HOLLAND 
1970 914 IHC 
7700 JD CAB & AIR 

STRAIGHT OEADSl'J. 

20 FL 960 NEW HOLLAND 
1 Ft. 900 NEW HOLLAND 

W/PANS 
24 Ft, MFW/HYD. REEL 
24 Ft. MF 
24 Ft. White 

W/PICKUP REEL 
20 Ft. WHITE 
18 Ft. WHITE W/PANS 



INELSON EQUIPMENT 



HORSESHOEINO, graduate farrior. trim- 
ming and shooing, 2IB-843-2I03. 
NMIitc 



SEWING MACHINE 
REPAIR 

Factory - Trained 
Technician 

Keep Your Sowing Machine 

In Top Working Order WHh 

Propor Maintenance 

HANSON'S 

1828 ROBIHHOOD DR. 
681-5417 



LICENSED DAY Cora has openings for 
one toddor and 2 ago 3-5. call 681-8266. 
1l48p 



IrT/q 



FOR PARTS? 



CHECK WITH U 

Wo'ro Always Upgrading 
Our Lot With Newer Cats & Pickups 



-ED, 



SHELDON *S USEO AUTO PARTS 

Hwy.59Scutli 681-4886 Thief RiverFoOs 



rWaterV/heeler Electric 



Panasonic 



COMPACT 
VHS-C 

CAMCOBDER 



tip 

$ 699 



•WE BEATANVOrVe'S PRICSSf 

Budget 
Electronics 

681-2309 

312E3rd.St. Thlof Rlvor Falls 



RUMMAGE SALE- Sat, Juno 15, 0:00- 
2:00. kids dothoa. toys, houto hold, 
bedspread, Kirov with attachments. 

ioathor locket, rolfor blados slro 0-1/2. 
basoboll cards, guitar, bathroom cablnol 
with tights, 1 13 North Maplo. 2l48p 
RUUMAQE SALE- Saturday. Juno 15th, 
ChBdron. adults da thing, mrocoHaneoua 
Home too numorous lo montlon, 108 
North Merriaej. in backyard 2M8p 
RUMUAQE SALE- Juno 18th. B£Q-6$0, 
508 South SL Paul. Lawn mowor. 3 anti- 
quo guns, wall tolephono. 6 gal. gaa tank 
for Johnson motor, clothos. misc 1l4Bp 

HUGE RUUUAGE SALE- Lota ol 

women' 9 clothing, aomo mon'e and 
children's. Household and mtoc Items 
too numorous to montfonl One day onfyl 
Wod„ Juno 18th. 630 sharp. No oany 
sales. 1625 E. 1st SL (behind Northland 
Foods). 2M0p 



FOR ALL YOUR 
REPAIR NEEDS 

Chain Saws - Snowmobiles 

Snow Biowors - Out boards 

Inboords & I.O. Drives -All Small 

Engines - Lawn Moworo A RUora 

NORM'S REPAIR 

■SALES S SERVICE -3KIOOO SNOWUOai£B 
120TN.Duluth ThlafRfvsrFaDe 

esi-ssaa 



UCENSED DAYCARE homo has open- 
ings (or 3 hill-tJmo children. Nutritious 
meals, fun backyard. 681-7428, 37tfc 

HANDYUAN- Experienced, willing to da 
small jobs, 681-7358 Stovo. F48tfc 



Effortless Cruising 
With Electric Motor 

Three Forward Speeds 
and Reverse • 

e Joystick control and steering 

a Sealing for up to 4 adults 

e Lois of dry storage under haich 

e 28# Ihrusl 12 VOC motor 

e Can ba pedaled by up lo 3 people as well 

e Optional canopy and cushions 

Open: 9-5-Weekdays; S-4-Saturdays 

CROOKSTON 
BOAT MART 

Hwy. 2 & 75 N. Crookston, MN 

: 218-281-3956 




$ 595 



00 



• 



Leisure 

Li/e 

Limited 



.WE HAVE UOVEDI Tho Nds KolloetJon 
Is now In tho former Thlrtty Cut location. 
Wo havo lots ol now things, come soo us 
thorol FStS2o 

REBUILD THOSE ttartoro and 
altomaiors, wo havo parts for most 
makos. Stop out (or Iron asllmatos. 
Romanufacturod units are also ovailablo, 
TR Snivago, 681-8221. NM3-25HC 

SATELLITE ANTENNAE 
Upgrado to B-n. fiberglass picture quality 
lor onty $209,00 eomptotol 4 domo 10-fL 
wire moth antennae for $200.00 each. 
Total Satollito rocopUon Is a phono call 
nwayl Coll Now I 2t8-681-S616. 2t40c 



FLEA MARKET 

Badgor All school Rounlon 

July 4th, 5th, & 6th 

In Badger, MN 

To Rasorvo A Booth Or For 

Furthor Information, Call 

Dorians Stow nrt 529 -3260 or 

Dorothy Hooaler 526-3341 



FOR ALL your air condtioning roods, 

solos and sorvico, ceo TR Salvage. 681- 

Q6221. NM2tfc 



WOOD STOVES & 
OUTSIDE FURNACES 

Guaranteed Lowest Prices 

Financing Available 

•Wood-Coal •Wood-Oil ;Stooa 

•Firrplaos Mdi On Units 

[\~^> HIGH EFFICIENT 

*^~ l-800-44f>-4043 

Mike's Heating, 
Inc 

Mahnomen, MN 




RUMMAGE SALE- Lots ol Infant's, 
children's and adult's dothing, giria ton- 
spood blko. ttoroo, ditrios. lots of mtae. 
Wodnosday. Juno 10, BJO-7,-00, 116 
Eastwood Drtvo. 1t48p 

OROUP OARAGE Sato- Si,t, Juno 15, 
vory ond of south Tlndolph, 8-3. air 
condtionor, biko, oxorciio biko, lots ol 
baby ond kkJt dothoti tots of mite 2t4Bp 

GARAGE SALE- Saturday, Juno 15, 8-5, 
no oarly sales. Adult's and children's 
clothing, hide-o-bed, love seat, full •size 
mnitross tot. gas tank lor Johnson boat 
motor, lots ol ammunition, 3 antique guns 
and telephone. Hwy. 50 south to Rons 
Auto, turn right. First houso on right or 
Tindo'ph Avo. South to ond of road, turn 
loft ono mlto oast. tl48o 



CHIMNEY WORK 

WE BUILD: 



WE ALSO DO... < 

Stabs, Cultured Stone 

Work And Any Typo ol Brick Work 

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 

LARRY XILUaN CONSTRUCTION 

PUrtlUEfl.*W 

218-465-4485 



PRINTINQ - For all your printing nooda 
stop at Tho Timos. 324 Main Avo. North, 
Thiol Rlvor Falls or call 681-4450. 65ifp 



CAROL'S BARBER 
SHOP 

For Anpwnlmon! Cil: 68.1 -8222 

[CAROL JVIRSON) 11B W.OTM ST. 
Men.-FrLa-B>Sat.e-13 



CATCH THE WAVES! 



SPECIAL PURCHASE 

SK1S/KNEEBOARDS 

SAVE 30% - 50% 



CUSTOM 3EWING by oxporioncod 
soamstross. Wadding drossos woleomo. 
Roforoncos ovailablo. CnB Lob Tioman 
al 601-7188. 2l40o s 




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PORC 16 



1'Viday, June 14. ''''" 



NORTHERN WATCH 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classified^ 



Mobile Homes 

FREE DELIVERY. Privately o*nod 
14i70, 3 cectoam moc.be homo in good 
ca*i»v oitra*, naeaonlOlo. 110 281- 

374a. iUSO 

FOR SALE* 1978 Revere moCJo homo m 
•no TRF anw. Bicutonl cona»n. cil 
6I26&4-8640 ovoruncs FJtSOp 



Campers 



I dock, call 684-696: 

■Vpnngi S460c 

FOR SALE- 1B75 14«70' Artcratt, 2- 
bedrooms, M* b«M. 681-6740. call 
Thutaday evening through Sunday. 
FOR SALE- 12x56 2-bodroorri DaJor on 
nice lot in Bauwood TraJor Court, pood 
condition, now earpot, bind*, great lor a 
student CjJI aim 6 30 a m.. 631-1939 
PRICE LOWERED for quick tato: Fur- 
nshod 12Ti54' 2-bodrocm mobito homo 
on SffilSO' kit a! Rocky Point on LOW. 
S8.90000 C al 21B-436-2424. F2148fj 

1870 SKYLINE- ibedroom. t-3.4 bash, 
now drapoi and earpot. stovo and 
rolrtgonitor indudod. control at. oicol- 
teflt corxttw 18,000. call 580-4158 or 

599-3562. F214Bp 

FOR SALE- Now houso-eobin. 20x28. to 
bo movod. Interior unlintthod. 
reasonable. 681-2586. 1i48p 



condBomno . S3.000 X. 459-3438. 3r30p 

WANT TO DUV- 1985-6 Clast A 30 to 35 

It good condition, low mitoago, roar 
Codroom wi9i twin bods or walk around. 
Good In and out ltorago. but not high 
basomont model Wnto giving particular* 
and I will phono to too it Juno 25 to Airy 
2nd. Wnio EJoi 2832. e/o Tho Thiol Rrvor 
FaSt Timet. P.O. Boi 100. Thiol Rivor 

FttJi. UN 56701 2t4Bp 

11-1/2 FT. WILDERNES9 pickup 
campor. on 1S73 3/4 ton Chovroloi 
pekup. can afar B p.m.. 064-5562. 2i40p 

FOR SALE- B-fL pickup campor. In good 
condition; t073 Honda 350 motorcydo, 

4.300 mikia. 745-5559. 4t50p 

FOR SALE- 1077 Zf Voga campor. fully- 
con tainod. doublo ruto. a loop* 6. coll 
odor 5 pu, 21B-478-3510, Stophon, 
MN. F2l50p 



Lawn & Garden 



GARDEN TtLUNO or lawn*, flower bods 
or tree bolt*, reasonable ratoo, 681-213C 

F2146p 

DEUOSUIPUCTTYG311 tractor. 11-hp 
with 42* dock. $1,205 00. FIV Sport*. Inc . 
Hwy. 1 Woll. TRF. 681-1X7. 1148c 



Livestock 



Hay, Feed, Seed 



Hay. Feed, Seed 

i! w*; 



f* 



ATTENTION FARMERS; Caih on the can deliver. 435-6400 f 



down and ditablos catllo and hog* 
Ploaio call 2IB-035-2665 or 038-4137 
artypmo. NM14t6-17p 



FOR SALE- 1977 Iff Palomino hard lido 
fold-out campor traitor, itovo with ovon, 

3 as oloeric Itidgo. iloopa 6. Richard 
ordo. 6B1-4739 or 681-2684. It4flp 




RV SPORTS Inc. 

681-1007 
wy.1*50W. Thiol River Flit* 



YEARUnO POLLED Horolord built, tall 
giowthy, oaay calving, bun* Imm Al tiro 
and our Knight Rydor ton*, roasonabty 
pricod, will dolwor. Vordan! Valloy Forma. 
Nowioldon, 874-6915 or 874-3742. 
FP4t54p 



FOR SALE- 2 riding homo*, ono odea 
and drivoe, othor ono ridot. $750 and 
$525, loam of 45* goldlngs. blue roan 
and black and whiio paint, drtvo woll 
linglo or doublo. $550 pair, may toll 
toparntrj, 100111 goldno coming 2, vory 
oonrJo. white on laco. lour whito locks, 
$300/o.b.O.. 523-3021 ovonlnga, IHBp 



IT'S TIME! 

CROP HALL 
INSURANCE 

10% DISCOUNT 
FOR CASH! 



DELBERT 
AUDETTE 

218-681-6443 

1008 W. 2nd Street 

Allwood Offices 

Thief River Falls 

nmnmERS union 




Introducing the best 
financing deal in farm 
machinery today. 

Cehl Freedom Fiiuncmg n coaly 
whjt you need ihcse diy^-frcrdom 
from ficunce crurge* or cin monthly 
pjymcnu Freedom Finjneing offro 
deb>ed-pj)Tnem and loM'-pjjTnem 
options thjt enable you lo pet the 
Gehl equipment you need neht now 

GEHL FINANCE' 



NO PAYMENTS or NO FINANCE CHARGES 



EEHL 





NELSON EQUIPMENT 

Hwy 59 North - T. R. Falls. MN - 681-1997 



Livestock 



FOR SALE- Ono Angus hord afro 3-yoare 
old, aired by EAF. Enterprise yoarling 
Angus bulb with porformanco records 
availablo. Cratgmilo Angus. Don or Paul, 
B43-2729. 843-2553 or 843-3656. NM2- 



PUREBRED ANGUS bulla, 2yoar old, Al 
tlrod by Pino Drtvo Big Sky. Yoorling* aro 
7 07 ot Idoal brooding. 681-1760. 2149p 

STANDING AT STUD: Black. AOHA. 
Triplo Chick. Doublo ThiatJo, King, Jock 
broodng. 16.1 hands. Introductory (00 
$100.00 cash. Llvo tool guarnntoo. 
Phono 2IB-37fi^4504 Goodridgo. F2t48p 



^ 



ir/ 



FOR 3ALE- Big balot of dairy and boo I 
quality ollaJla hay, con dollvor, coll 465- 
44e5ar»r6p.m.NU4-1tfc 



FOR SALE- NH ba.'o -agon, pudd 
arms Jt 600 00, olio iquaru 3M-J mi 
culling. Sl.OO/balo, priai" 218 4. -> 

7X2. lUflp 

HAY- 1001 crop otlalfa. tuck movwtol 
up with Bonco round Mto loader. 45 Mut- 
roo narrow. Rod UImj Folia. 253 2061 or 
253-2264. F3t50p 



Machinery 



FOR SALE- 70 John Doom w.th F-11 
Farmhand loodor ond p». VAI Catc 

tractor, call 356-6297. F3t50p 

PARTS FOR SALE- WJI M OI~w «1. 
545 & 5542 combines. Havo Iront 4 roar 
tiros wllh rlrna, now onglno, tlraw 
walXora. many pufloys and sprackots. 
loodor chain (now), rasp bats, 
trantmittlon, tloovot (1°P * boitom), 
hoador with pickup, plus much moro. 
Also, now boll lor Now Holland combino. 
All porta aro hall prico ol now ones. A lull 
Eat ol parts can bo sunt on roquott. Call 
2 1B-60B-4222 Of 608-4440. F3t52p 
FOR SALE- Hoy rack stringors in 16. 1B. 
20-ft. lengths, call mornings, ovonmgs. 
681-1620 or 064-5510. 2!40p 



cmn rwc iiii iwiivitLww l iw-^----**— 

^(UJ©TTIl@tNI m/&\L 



ANTIQUE AND 
COLLECTIBLE 



&ty©T0®M 




•'E-tmer and JLincfa :>\olscin 



rtuniiiio't !■■■■ 

Sunday, June 23, 1991 

TIME- 11-00 AM LUNCH SEHVED 

LOCATION: FROU THIEF WVEff FAILS: 10 Mil*. So«th*iit oo H-y- SB * 1^ Mft. E«iloi. to. Rd. 2 

JSSJ-- ■'/f-ft'lrP'fiT'ffi 

~^— „-■■ ..„,..., ™C 



ITMCTlii 



Saturday, June 22, 1991 

9:30 A.M. 

LOCATION: 524 N. Knight Avo., Thiol fllvor Falls, MN 

LUNCH WILL BE SERVED BY ROSE'S CATERING 



ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLES 




J 



Friday, June 14, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 17 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Machinery 



For Rent 

SKID 
STEER 



Attactimcnts Available 

• M/WURE BUCKET 

• GRAIN BUCKET 

• PALLET FORKS 

• DIRT BUCKET 

• CONCRETE HAMMER 

• POST HOLE AUGER 



Machinery 



^Machinery 



Machinery 



NELSON 
EQUIPMENT 

Hwy. SO North 
Thief River Fall*. MN 

6S 1-1 997 



FOR SALE- Sopor 62 combino wrth or 
without ttraight hoador, 02 combino with 
or without tiraighi hoador. tunflowor 
pant, alto avalaokt lor both machine*. 
218-745^883. F2S0p 

FOR SALE- Gravity box. grnppto fork kx 
DuAl toador. VAI Caw. 70 J D. wrth F-1 1 
Farmhand, can 356-8207. 1HBp 

MACHINERY FOR SALE- 2 7**14- LLA 
drill t. grata tood, fort, attach,, hyd, 
markon. 2 drd hiioh, alwayi ihoddod. 
Donahuo traitor 28' tquaro tubing. JD 
tandom 17.5' 22* bladot. Uquid Ion. IWd 
tprayor. MUtlS bin, tandom whoolt. 
700 gal., 45' boomi, pump hyd drtvo. 
Farm Ism AB 8B grain dry or. augor 
e-^S' 5 h p. otoctric motor w/o whoob, 
Augor 6*i25', 3 h.p. oloc. motor on 
whoolt. Propano tank, 500 gal. Call 
ovortngi. 218-437-6471. F3t52p 



FOR SALE- No. 320 Now HoUnd high 
capacity iquar* balor with hydraulio 
fcw»k>n; balor h lk» now condSon. 874- 
72l1.4t50c 



FOR SALE 

103 VERSATILE. SJ>. 18-FT. 

SWATHER: NO. 36 MASSEY 

S.P. 16-KT. SWATHER: 1976 

FORD 1-TON TRUCK 

68 1-4028 



FOR SALE- Two 1400 Now Holland 
comblnot, cab. air, Molroo plck-upt, 
good condition, ttraight hoadort, and 
lunflowor attachmontt avaltablo, coll 
21B-064-536B. F2l46p 

FOR SALE-1071 IH modal 014 combino 
and 1067 MP modol 510 combino, phono 
ovonlnga, 2t8-222-3546. F2t50p 



FOR SALE* 12-n. McCormick pun-typo 
twathor and a Black Hawk aldo cWrvory 
mho, ground drivon. Wan tod- 5 or a tool 
BoPy mower, 681-6764. 1t48p 

FOR SALE- B03E Vormoor balor. now 
bolts, Bold roody, $2,800.00, call 706- 
SB61 ovonlngt. It48p 



0D 100 bador with grappta fork, good 

oonoWon, $2.00000. 681-8221. NMJ- 

2Me 

ROCKPICKER. DISCS. Cultivators. 
1100 00 to $1,400.00; 14-IL to 16-tt. 
chitol plows. $350.00 10 $050.00; 4-6 
bottom trlp-boam plows; 7-boitom 
Molroo; B-bottom 1B* Molroo; twithors; 
- , fud 



NEW 1001 Bolarut farm tractors, 31 h.p. 
lo 335 h p. Juno foaturo- Modol 825. 85 
h p . 4WD, cab, $12,000.00; Modol 1770. 
180 h.p. articulated, $32,340. Oroal 
priest on somlblo, down-lo-oarth 
tractors. Sotf-krvolng loadors, t2.8BO.00 
Now and uiod parti. Lotto plan 
availablo. Lylo BJoBand Tractors. Inc, 
EnkJno, MN. 218-687-3126 or 21B487- 

27B1. F4t52p 

FOR SALE- 1458 IH tractor, cab, sir. 
duals, tow PTO, dual hydraulics, JD 105 
cab, Molroo pickup, 681-6740, call 
Thursday ovoning through Sunday. 
lUflp 

FOR SALE- W045 AUla tractor, now roar 
tiros with a dual loador with hay grapplo, 
Phono 674-7585. IHBp 

FOH SALE- Two Supor Mattoy 02 
comblnot, good condition, always 
shoddod. also IB-It VorsatEo twaihof, 
pufltypo, call 37B-4446. 2U0p 



— wroneh. cal 4780548 F2l50p 



TrKX*R**r • A* Conolkntv ««P* 
• Pahsno • SwvKm CtMi 

G. R. REPAIR 

GARY nOC-ANO, Omnm 



21B-M4-5J.34 



218-881-8S32 



1 FAJR1VI IVLACHI3V ERYl 1 

AUCTION 



Friday, June 21, 1991 — 11 :00 a.m. 

rLOCATEDr3"mHos~WMf^ 



l »o r«i» 1200. c*k flenwmn. >«. PTO. a- 
hrd. 1 14-31 aatu, (1 OCO hn. en awptM mot™. 

T«rl. 1 lurwx) mijx 3403 uuO: JJULiQ '« 
'mllimitie- MF. >1u»r. Jtghf. P10. nr«.. » 
rodulun. (good a4| ; JOS1 «I4. urmn* 1 liytf. 
(OOOJ canHii JHCJflO IW» pwtr UMrtng S hrd. 
ai^SI»«.(n^<mrol«n«>tlr.loir>«l. 
mumiMF K HAHVE3T K3UIPUEwr ; 




FARM MACHINERY 
& EQUIPMENT 

AUCTION 

Thursday, June 27, 1991 kmam, 

LOCATED: 15 ml s*il or Lanrjoon, ND on Hwy. S, and 3-1/4 mL north; or 
11 ml. south of Walhalla, ND, S mL wtst, and >V* ml north, (1M mL 
north olOlgi.ND 



mm jfl ajoi p J. oxnblo*. JO S«M pttup. 

hrd.. s'uvuport. good cond.: JOJOO i«' •* 

- ■ innaiKWi UTifPtOmaif: VmMtt 

ugtr «"*l*c. >un flu dnglr*: rritr 

taatwju angina, 

'ttuuiui: 

BVS.WIIBM 

fM.irtt*Mba 

ol (up. plmrOid tar difl II 

iifliioU jr aineto ■>)• ■*«" • ttm. 
FARM EQUIPMENTt 

i«7 wtteti 2* 



to njd. lunwn XtyatL ur* tPTO (mno; JtS 
"t; JULE <"• "r; JUS W *r*- • fl ""B omg 

"^THER FOtflPUEHT* MISC. 

.__ ._.. tMvL 

pu. JEriuot 
: Mwiux; n»l» totdn; 
ui;J2£IBllt*iJaDDd)lL 



JDrn 

porjiaaodCt. ««; JU 

IT60 lint 0" •njint ptw PU": _ 

tmefc Esp; fl fvwwiT*ifl j OLflac Dad 
iWoIhimm; , T""i irMna > S 
Band.; ^ntltC Xatlt ct dfftwtn; 
n»rt..r:MH.rjn..rn.rm. w 



Rolland & Lorraine Beauchamp, owner 

OLGA.HD —(701)649-2763 



209 2nd St. South-Ra Sox W 

CivaUet, N. Dakota 58220 

Phon.1 (701) 265-3181 

Pan [701)265-6047 

ND Uc 237, MN. Uc 33-13 



ES@ 



FARM MACHINERY 
& MISCELLANEOUS 

AUCTION 

Saturday, June 22, 1991 io:ooaju. 

LOCATEDjV miles wost of Blsbsa, ND, srtd 3 mllos south; or (ram Mylo, 
ND 4 mllos oast snd 3 miles south. 



103OQ.PIQ, 
ai-xiM, (6M0 hn«orn imrm. vanir.jjca 
Cut OMO ltd. 2-hrd, 11*34 tUM. 11311 M. 
m wni, goad eond.); jfilLJHC W Faimtl, WF, 
PTO, hrd. 13^-M "— -"*'" "" b — *-• ■"— 



TmiCKfl ft PICKUP: 



p, 0-cyt, 44pd.. goM 

"■* rnUBIMFn,BWATHER : 

mTTUC nianmgmMn.lMV4.ci6ceetw.H7 
- -■ ....__-^^. _—.„ pttiai and 



nTHPa FOII1PMFNT, 

nil wi . ir PTO main hcujiti 1 an 

nn-r-T ?v it- niQti wgn angina; flT a Tit* 
auaw ivatK. ttan sat anoha; Jittnlll nr 
aula, mt ua»0 pbw. VO cena; iww hfd. 
hinoK W3SO flat ipntr tan*, gfouno onva owns; 
r»t,»iin' ,n^«M- IHCrn n-cnawnbi: 
ji ir unoain dak JQjaarLM anti n l nctar 
M PIO marwa «••*«' t-wy «ood una); JO 
311 UnB**r nut t k*M mmt, gaod eond.; _]£ 



TOOLS H MIHCEtLANFOUS: 

— -aaauganwgaaangnaiFomay ■ 

*; Htama. tabl*; ill conWM . . 
*— ■- — ot ra* r*"t . tor 



ttrXLJ«i:J 



FURfJIT^^ ft HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: 




tamty room nddiecn. and 2*' a Iff 2car gango. (comtonaWo homo). locaM on loti 13-15, 
UooX*3HaiaampraBdd>3on, (Houat can bo movBd) REAL E5TATE TEHMS: lOt down torn 
auCBBUnJ bkJOor on nucSon day. balanco duo ri 30 flora or at Ootlno, TO VIEW, CALL: Oroni 
Bom (701) 0S03330. 



Bernard. Bonn, owner 

MYLO, ND —(701) 656-3569 






3M2nd Si. Souih-P.O. Bon W 

Cavallor.N.DakolaE8220 I ~ 

Phonoi (701) 265-3181 flW ., 

Fan (701) 265^947 •••iw '' 

<%l£?£IFtia&GP " ND UC 33J, MN. Lie 3S-13 ' 



LATE MODEL FARM 
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 

AUCTION 

Wednesday, June 26, 1991 u:ooa.m. 




.WO. CAH. 370 ha. KS 

CumnWa. poowihR. *hnt. 20J-tt raSrJ duaH, 
IhHy •quWtd. ontr 434 M, 1*0 nt»l:i2fllLUE 
30 01*1*1 Induitilai ttaaor nVmodal 3t loaaar a 
IS.e-34 Una. 3«t, 1 PTO. [onir 1 3M tin 1 , 

r-nUHIMFSASWATHFRH^ 



p^ fftTfH ORAIN OR1LL3 a TIM A(1F 



HIM nnrrf tottir*iil orn llkr, NFW ,u 



ramng tandama around, toWtng wtnga, i (H 
-bairiaitow: 10BO Claia 111 set 31' HO 
indtm Bltt. dual cainaia, loWUig vingi, gg* 

RPHAVMUPE 8 TILLAGE 
FOtllPMFMT; 
IS tprar nn. an. i&gaL laM. 
i. (onlr 3»0 fin. wtryanami: inc 




H13CELLANEQU3; 

Jt) 9lfl lam ana ganun naOEi. Mno 
'ia*d vary nuj; WMiVwumiia JO- — 



Raymond Littlejohn Estate, owner 

For Mora Information Contact 
Donnls Blllska Auctlonoora — (701) 265-3181 




2M2ntl S*. Soulh-P.O. Don IV 

Cavalier, N. Dakota 58230 

Phonoi (701) 265-31K1 



ND Uc 237, MN. Uc 33-1: 



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Machinery 



FOR SALE- Prstium washor, Harrdy 
840 pickup torvteo tank. Knlpco modol F- 
S8 hoator, JD BW tandom ditc. vory 



BM3 FOR SALE- 3-6000 bu. Wosasai- 
Rosco, Eko now; 7x46 WostSokl axjgor wJ 
18 h p. otocttc start Briggs; Wsstoo 21*8 

hydraulic augor; Kovar S Rtlcrnastar 
hydraulic 45' narrows; John Bajo L-4000 
G5 ground drtvo tprayor pump; Ac* 
hydraulic agitation pump. Carter KjoTJa, 
Z18-478-3BM. Suphon. FP4t54p 



Sporting Goods 

FOR SALE- t*-ft Chrystor boat, motx. 
and tnalor, ow»»ont condtlon, stto 1065 
4-whs«l drtvo Jowp pekup, csfl 881-8060 



FARM EOUIPUEHT lor salo- JD 1100 
24' cultivator; Iff 1800 chrsol. »450 6-18 
plow; AZ Lindsay mJtfwoodor- Com 6- 
16-ptow; 1000 gal. tank and Gasboy 
pump. Wostgo 12-22 row crop cultivator. 
Ag*Chom pickup tprayor. Cartar H/odo, 
21B-*78^830. Stophon. MN. PF4S4p 

RADIATOR REPAIR- Why rocoro whon 
wo maybo nblo lo rebuild? No Job too bta 
or too small. Cal lor troo otOmato. TR 

Sarvago. 681-8221. NM3-250O 

FOR SALE* Ono No. 5 John Doom 7-fL 
powor mowor with hydraulic cytndor. No. 
273 Now Honand balor, ako now; ono 45- 
ft. Eraklno bale otovator, totophono 218- 

687-4473. F2148p 

FOR SALE- 4-4,000 buihol Woltool 
Rosea bint. 2-5.000 buihol Woitool 
Rosco bint. 2-6,000 bushol GSI bins with 
fabo floors and 10 h.p. rorcod atr tans. 
For mora hbrmatlon cal 681-4516 aftor. 
6 p.m. 1t48p 



FOR SALE 

Holsiein/Holstctn Cross Feeder 
Calves (400 lbs. and up) Holitein 

Bull; Tested Boar Pigs Of 
Serviceable Age (Good Selection) 
681-4028 



FOR SALE- 1060 Cau combino. 316 V- 
8 onglno. cab, always thoddsd, 
>1,500.00. 681-2252 sftsc8pjrt. 11480 

FOR SALE- IK 100 Rowsa doublo 
mowor. 2-0 root boUy mount and sJdt 
mount, Sold ready, $1,500.00 Hossion 
2B0 doublo swath twathor, 1600.00; HD7 
Alb Chabnori crawtor. S1.200.00, call 
762-8668 Lancasw. 1U8p 

FOR SALE- 10-tdol Killllor. nlco 
condirJon, $1,000.00, 281*1204. 1U8p 

FOR SALE- 3.000 bu. stod bin. 5 rnlos 
NW of Goodridgo, 406-7506208. 2t40c 

ffTUT 



PAOOLE BOATS- 3-saoSsrs. &4*ators, 
Ootms Uartno. Montor, MN 2164J37- 
2060. NM1 1I6-24C 

FOR SALE- 1073 21' Class-on boat W. 
MB., and graph. rutcoOont Lako ol Tho 
Woods boat rsswonabat, cad 21B-47B- 
3584. NU4t7c 

FOH SALE- 1068 Johnson 28 h.p. mow. 
vory bOo hours. $1,550. Contact Sttva, 
281-1134 or 281-1030. 5140c 

IB 1 SILVERUNE TrVhul with 120 h.p. 
Morcruisor lO, rotor trsilor. $2^00.00 
RV Sports. Inc.. Hwy. 1 Wost, TRF, 681- 

1007. 11480 

FOH SALE- 100 Larson Bowrtoor boat 
with 230 h-p. ongino. Indudos ovory op- 
tion plus Cannon downriggort. Shor- 
landor tralor wrth brakos. Thia boat Is 
ready lor any wator. Uko now condiodn. 
681-3820. 6t52c 

WALLEYE TRAINEDI 1881 Chris Craft, 
22*. 1B5 h.p. Marino band, CB rados. 
dopth Undor, hydraulic orbit voting motor, 
rjoop V-hul. many oxtras. cal 064-5571. 



AUTHORIZED PARTS and trrrvico lor all 



881-1007. 1148c 




WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 

nd ifrraia hrd paj* i^jumt* 




GENE UELAND 



■S32BCCZZZZ 



• rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrTr r 



SATURDAY, 
June 29, 1991 

SaloTlmo:11*00A.M. 
Locatsd In Tho Vlllago Ot Hott, Wtst SJdo Of Tracks. 
After Selling UyHouu, Win Sstf TT*f fltrsonaf ProporTy Al Auction, 

LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 




HOUSEHOLD GOODS 

King SLoi Watsrbod 

Record Cabins! China Dosat 

SmsTI Ooop FrsoKt- HMtSllcsr 

Kllchan Tablaa w/Chalrs 

Coronado RalrfaoraKir 

Entanalnmont Canter 

Amana Push Button Mlcrowavo 

Gold Star Mlcrowavo 

Window Air Cond I Honor 

Spool Sod 100 yra. Old 

2 - Rocking Chairs 

Rocllnor Rockor 

3/4 Slro Bod Othor Bedt 

2 - Slop Tablos w/Matchlng Colfeo 

Tablo 
Lamps- Dishes - Pols - Pan* 
Maytag Wringer Washer 
Magic Choi Qss Stove 
Kl I chert Cupboard 
Co mar Shelves Humldlflsrs 
Ivory Hand Mirror 
Molol Cupboard Toaster Oven 

3 - Sewing Ma chinos 
Blankets - Bedding - Unens 
Small Electric Appliances 

Kids Toys Old Jewelry 

Old Knlckknacka 3-ColorTVi 
2 - Drettera w/Mlrrors 
Vanity wftllrror 
Klde-A-Bod Sola 

2 - Iran Single Bods 
2 -Wash Tubs 

3 - Trunks [2 - Round Tops) 
2 - Bollors Crocks 
Fireplace Gun Cabinet 
Korotene Lampt TV Sttndi 
Frigidslre Rolrlgoralor 

Many More Items 

VEHICLES 

l070Chov.VogsCar - 
1070 Ford Pickup v 



Sims 

Uossberg 22 Cal. w/Scope 
Mossborg12Ga.Bolt 
Magnum w/Scopa Martin 22 CaL 
Martin 30-30 Rifle, New, Hover Shot 



TOOLS 

Clipper 7 H-P. Power Trowel 
w/Extra Blades, Uks Now 
Black and Decker Radial Arm Saw 
2- Bull Floats and Other Roots 
100 Gallon Propane Tank 
200 Amp Battery Charger 
3 -Chain Binders 2 -Tool Botes 
Skill Saw Blades Bolt Cutter 
Chartyn Hyd. Pump Shovels 
2 Sets Ol Pickup Chains 
Screw Jack Pick Ax 

Level end Rod Sump Pump 

2 -700X15 Tires 
2 -78X15 Tires 
Propane Heater Misc. Wire 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 
Case DC-4 Tractor 2 - 14~ Plow 
6* Single Disc PTO Welder 

Arctic Cat Panther 
Honda 1103-Wh eo ler 
Small Arctic Bike Hand Tools 
Push Mower Garden Tlllor 

Dynmark 11 H.P. 36" Mower 

w/Elec Sian 
Homko 26" 5 HP. Mower (Riding) 
Hydraulic Wood Splitter 
Jacob ton 26" Snow Blower, 

2-Slege 
Green Machine Weed Ester 
1 1/2 H.P. Boat Motor 
3 -Chain Saws 
PTO Hyd. Pump 
3 Sod. Boy's Dike, Uko New 
And Many More Items 



T^ftUS: CASH. All tan finM. N 



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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 14, ^ i>l 



The Classifieds 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Classifieds 



Sporting Goods 

FOR SALE- IBM ;t1 Ctoi Dan ;-»* 
Suit. 283 Chev •ng.na .-i •■;»:#^l 
condson, new loot. new E^fer**. aitrs 
Up, owners manual. LiaiiM dee pi 
gauge. Hummngbrf feri toctx 4 aown 
nggers. Marine red*, and • iiorago 
near. On HJMr at Lafca cl ?• Wjoji, 



needed $4,295 W. < 

Oar*. 218*34-^49 veaiumds «■» 

15,81 4148c 

EXCELLENT MOTOR-BOAT 65 r. p 
Sent. (1878) 16- (I Opon Con awp twji. 
$2,000 00. aiso race IH Uwn e*:=*. 43" 
mower, snow blower. Jl TOOOO G81- 
8808 F2t50p 



FOR3ALE- 14 n alum«-.un 
Also, on oktor 7-1/3 lip i 
motor. Tot 681-1332. 2M9p 






Motorcycles-ATVs 

FOn SALE- 1W Mono* Gnadow 700 

rod. lc« n.leaae. 081-8740. call 



FOR SALE- 1078 750 Honda Super 
Uxr: «i good and son and ready ID 0" 
AiiunjJiOQM 0*1681411*8 349a 

MOTORCYCLE BATTERIES tor sale. 
con-pic!i> l>no Mod witn aod, crwood. 
rojii, lo go Ai»a Powor Baoory Co. 
cat 64:5 . Th«f flyer Fata 2*9c 
FOR SALE- 1681 750cc Yamaha 
mctorcydo Plaaso cal daytmo. 874- 
7^5 of nvcranga. 681 -2377. F214BC 

1BSI HONDA CD0OO Custom, eioslenl 
condition, onris. $1.00000. 268-4366, 
Golly. MS 56040. David Konsen. 1t48p 



Autos, Trailers 

1M8 CMEV. Ceiebrt*. 4door. 3 8 V4 
tx au-te er. *pii seats, new tire* 

13 000 r»to«. very pood concWon. wJ: 
ilic^rid! DLR.e8H»00orM1 



1M8 CUC S-15. ertandDdcab. 4s4, Hi 
cruse, er. mass**) tope*. many exfa 
$4.000 00. CJU -4736 1U8p 

BLEMISHED BATTERIES, tava with 
□var 5 year warranty starting at onry 
130 00 A-tra Power Battery Co. 881 

8425. TRF. 07nc 

FOR SALE- 1984 Ford F-250 6 ,0L. 
cfeaeeJ, •• tended cab. 4x4, many Mm 
and updates, call 21B-681-6C21. F2t46p 

FOR SALE- 10*4 S-10 4i4 Baiaf. V-C, 
automatic. In good shape. $3,705 00. call 
440-4281 after 6 pm. 2l40p 



Autos, Trailers 

FOR SALt- 1B71 Chrysler Cordoba. 
80 000 miles. 400CI. new brakes, 
baSory. MOO 00. 74V4080 IU8p 



Autos, Trailers 



SAILBOAT- 1973 1C (.oorgLau Lugoi 
lAboat wi?i MJor, good cond-wn. must 
ioll.681-1B72.6pm .to 1 p m F4tS4c 

CIO3E0UT ON all >n-iitxk Marina 
accossorlos. W-50% on mrtido lupobos 
last RV Sports. Hwy 1 W. Thiol River 
Fata. 681-1X7. 1t48c 

22-FT. 3TARCRAFT open bow. wa!V 
fitu wincWuoid, 140 LO Morcrunaf. C9 
Yamafn romon. bndom rollot Bator, 
arm. vary good cordmen. $6,000 00 or 
boat otter. r01-223-S5l3. F2U8p 



•89 SEA Ooo (MM vahida. now in &TO, 
oicoDont thap«. mutt ton, 218-7*5- 

5220. 2148p 

I SELL conalflfimani boat*. Oono'a 
Mann*, htontor. MN. 21B-637-2050 
NMMB-24C 




Ctt-plaLinaOf 

MOTORCYCLE 
BATTERIES 

StirtingAl O 

UTUraRB WITHY, CO. 
mUBta BVWS TMIirtWi 



MOYER'S 
LAUNCH SERVICE 

*0M LAKE OF THE WOODS* 
KAMOJID.I0MESOTA 
• HV*Oa3MteHMar» 



For fl aaarva iiona Call: 

ROBERT MOVER 

"TftaDu(cnman" 

218-3SS-1341 



FOR SALE- 14* Qlaapar Bun-a-bout. 40 



21M7&C5B4. NM4I7C 



0OCX3, BOATUFTS, pofiteons. boas, 
outboardi. dlieount prlcot. Qono'i 
Marin*. -Uontor. MN. 218-637-2050. 

IftttWA^ 

18" BOAS «Ui.p. Evlnruda ond traikif. 
aakJng $800.00. 681-2150 work, or 681- 
6864 homo. 2l40p 

Motorcycles-ATVs 

roRaALi?1B83rtenda5S0NHjhlh3»rk. 
call 964-5724 day* or 6B1-5539 
owning*, a** «x Wat. F2t50p 



Autos, Trailers 



FOR SALE- 1080 Ford F-150. 4<4. 6- 
cylindof, 4-spo«d. tapper. Krai $1,800.00 
takoa It 21B-253-2014. F2H6p 

1888 S-10 Bazar 4x4. V-fl. 2.BL Tohoo 
packago, toadod. 55.600.00. 6B1-2B63. 

P4lS1p 

1971 FIREBIRD, now ovorhaul on 
ongino, noods somo work, must toll. 
choop. $800.00, 222-3453 ovonlnga. 

1t4Bp 

FOR 3ALE- 1085 Pontine Grand Prtx, ^u^ 
ly loaded, runs oxeollont. nico car, 
$4,085.00.601-7528. 1t4Bp 



r Ron's Auto. 681-3002. 

4t50p _^_ 

AUTO REFINI3HINQ Indudoa waah, 
wax, bull, vacuum, windows, tiros, 
chromo, rima and air froshnor. Mora in- 
tormaHon call 681-0003. 1t48p 

FOB SALE- 1078 Poottac LoMana, nleo 
shnpo, no rual. runs wall, must toll, 
$250.00. call 681-6773. 2M0P 



QUALITY 
USED CARS 



IMP BUCTCEHTURY.a-M. 



1W3CH£V.LUMU,44W. 



1W0 FORD TEMPO. *-0fl 



1W0FOBDTAUmJS,44>1. 
1M9 FOROTMJmtS WAGON 



1WI OLDS. CUTUS3 CERA. 4-DH. 



1MI OLDS. CUTLASS SUPREME. MM. 
1MI BUratRE0ilUltTE0,i-DB. 
1MI FOBDRAHCER 



1M7 FORD TAURUS, 4-OR. 



imCHEV. SUBURBAN . 



1W1 UERCURY MARCUS, I-0R. . 



1878 FORPLTD.4-0R- 



For Hint 0ffie« Spact AmW* By July 

1 . For Uort WorraUon Contact 

Ano«rtonBroa.e8 



■*~H ANDERSON 

eai bros. 

*** 66 

USED CARS ■■ 
3ri.& Homes 681-3600 
Molph & Francis Aflderton 




■M CEO UETBO HATCHBACK 
•90 CHEV. LUUlHA.EURa.4-0R. 



•WBUICX CENTURY. 4-OR. 
•89 CHEV. CELEBRITY. 4-OR. 



•89 BUCXLJSABRE.4-0R. 
•89FOHDTAURUSL, 

[CHOlMOlil 



•B9 FORD TAURUS GL 



■89 MERCURY TOPAZ . <-DR 



•89 POrniAC60O0LE.4-DR. 



'88 CHRYSLER HEW YORKER, 
4-OR. 



•88 SUZUKI SAMURAI 
(BOTH TOPS) 



•88 CHEV. S-10 TAHOE PICKUP 



•88 chryslersth avenue, 

4-Dfl. 



•88 CHRYSLER LEBAR0N OTS, 
4-DR. 



'!7 MERCURY SABLE LSWAGN. 



•86 CHEV. SILVERADO 2-VYD, 
PICKUP 



'85 CHRYSLER loBARONG-TS. 
"85 BUKK CENTURY LIMITED, 
4-DR. 



LOREN'S 
AUTO SALES 

HUT. 1AG9W. T.H.F,MJ.S.MN 

681-5842 



FOR SALE- 1B83 F-250 XLT with bad 6.0 
dioaoi, has aunroof, vfaor, roar sliding 
window, chromo grill guard, londor llaroa 
and morn. $3,700.00, 064-6786. 114Bp 



BLOWN 
ENGINE? 

DONT REBUILD IT 

YOURSELF! 

USE GM G0ODWRENCH 

REPUCEMENT ENGINE 

Don! watld your lima and 

monoy rebuilding an old ongino 

on your own— replace it with a 

CM Goodwranch angina, backed 

by a 36 month. 60,000 mile 

limilod warranty.* Let our factory- 

trained tachniciane handle 

initatlelion for you. You'll gel 

back on iho road quickor, with a 

GM Goodwronch angina you can 

jtt, becauie it's built to strict 

GM quality spoeificatiom. 

STARTING AT ONLY 



NORTHERN 
MOTORMNC. 

Hvkfy. 1 & 59 T.HF. 681-4820 



Autos, Trailers 



FOR 3ALE- 1077 Prymi. ,. 

miles alio 1807 Old* 08 llojanc, 
Brougham. 105.000 miloi. gooJ 
condaoo. 7B6-67I 1 1W0p 



FOR SALE- 1Be7C^llV .Nova. 4 doc. 4- 

cylndor, 5-tpood. now firo*. *wy 0°°d 

c ond-oon, eat-enoooreoi-ain iusp 

FOR SALE- 1882 Cut 
dioaat. p a. p h . a'. 
aiking $1.7X00 o 
600-4224. F2l50p 



FOR SALE- 1070 Pin _ 

a ongino, 4 aluminum mag wheels, 
good wos, rw rusL cicoDoM lor body 
parts. 4-spood trans., witti rnst parts, 
J 100. 762-6251 oJlprsi 



FOR SALE ' 

tWO DODGE DYNASTY 

4-Dr.. 3.3 Liior V-6 Auto. O.D.. Tilt. 

Crubo. Air. AMVFM Sloroo Cass.. 

Mr Bag. Pwr. Locks, BlarAChorry 

Palm. Call 681-8477 



FOR SALE- 1065 Ford LTD. S1.8W.00 
or bost orfor. also 1082 Honda Nighthawk 
450. oxcollont eondrtion; Honda 250- SX 
3-whoolof. 1006, mods drivo ihatL bost 
; 22-250 rllto witfi tcopo, ca» 606- 

4405. 2143p 

FOR SALE- F-14 Intomational, varvos 
ground, now rings and point job, 222- 
3564.F2t50p 

FOR SALE- 1070 Borllnona. 07.000 
mfloB, body noodo work. caD 681-72*3 
overlings. 4tS1c 

1065 CHEV. tandom tnjek. 348 ongino, 
sorios 60, tag axlo. 16-rLKnophokJo stool 
bos, 6.25x20 tiros. $4,600. 218-843- 
2773. coll ovonings ploaao. F2150p 
FOR SALE- 1074 Plymouth Duster. 4- 
door, runs vory good, $350, 601-61 1 1 or 

601-6800. 1148p 

108S PONTIAC 6000 LE, 4-door, 2.B V- 
6, ttlr, crulso. nir, eplil soon, door locks. 
65.000 Nghway miss, ona 
ownor. loasa car. roasonoblo, will toko 
oldor trado. DLH. 681-6890 or 681-61 11. 



FOR SALE- 1083 FcrdXL, 4*4. px.p.0., 
o/c, crulso. AM/FM, now rubber, dual 
tanka. nlco condition, rune oxcsllent, 
$3.90S.W, 681-7626. 1M6p .. . Vv 

1981 BUCK FtogaJ Umttod. 2-dcor. V-fl.V 
good condition. caO aftor 5. 222-3606. 

2M0p | _V 

FOR SALE- 1061 Bulck Contury ttaiion 
wagon. 65.000 actual mlloa, 681-1767. 
F2t50p " 

1988 CHEVY S-10 with tfppor. good 
droa, Ptonoor storoo. 70.000 maoa. ox- 
conont eonoWon. coil B74X321. 2M6p 



Van Votw bulk tank. 371W2M. F2t50p 



FOR SALE- 1073 Bulck LoSabro, oxcot- 
lonl condiUoa For Information call 681- 

8522.F2gQp 

FOR SALE- Chovy von. 1D76, outomnuo, 
350. Insulated, ona ownor; Chovy 
automatic mtsirtlsilon, ovonlngs 216- 
253-41 60. IMBp 



1983 MERCURY Cougar, high mllos, 
runs and looka good, $1 ,100.00/obo, 
874-4673 ovonlngs. 114Bp 

FOR SALE- 70 Datsun wagon 210, now 
^, oooanluaooi, 222-3640. F2t50S'„ 

FOR SALE- 1070 Uncoln ConnnonaiV.; 
now oxhaust. now rubber, all original, 
mint condition, runs and looks oxooDont, 
$1,995.00. 681-7526. 1148p 



FOR SALE- 1040 Dodgo truck with box 
and hoist. 41W grain ougor with ongino, 
and 300 gallon luol tank. Phono 
Dvonfngn, 222-3548 MkjdJo Rrvor. F2t50p 



FOR SALE 

1986 FORD MUSTANG LX. 

Hatchback. 4-Cyl.. Auto., Air, 

Powor Locko, AM/FM Storoo 

Cossono. Call 681-6477 



Wo 

resarvo 

trie right 

to limit quantities. 

Wo gladly accept « 

USOA FOOD 

STAMPS and WIC 

COUPONS. 



AIR 
CONDITIONING 

$1 "795 

Ch*tBitt*pn»MUr*7i*t 
ForL»mka,R»chargi Sytfm 




plA.GoodiAUuch 



NORTHERN MOTORS, INC. 

HWY. 1 fcV 59 W. THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN 661-4820 



AUTO SALES 

JEFtRY OR SCOTT HICKERSON 
CoS- 

L 



681-7093 



Hwy.59SE 



Thief RhrafFaUi 



1087-POHT1AC 6000. 4-Dr.. 48.000 M. 
10a7-aUtCKSOMERSET,2-Dr. 



1080-OLOS. CAUU3 SUPREME, 2-TJr. 



1B08-OLO3. 88. 4-Df.. 50.000 M. 
108J>CAVAUEn, 4-Dr.. 43,000 M. 
1B81-OLD3. DtU.TA 88, 4-OT. 
loo.^Ab. ELD6RA66, BkraoT^ 



CLASSIFIEDS A\ \ 

(iretoreivnvrid mtK i 



"GET READY FOR SUMMER VACATION" 



2*er 



TIRE SALE ( 

SAVE NnwipmrFS GO THRU JUNE 29. 19911 —- Jr'W , 



SAVE N0WI PRICES GO THRU JUNE 29, 19911 




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SELECTED STYLES OF _ 

LIGHT TRUCK & PERFORMANCE TIRES 
ALSO SALE PRICED! 



SEMI-TRUCK TIRE SPECIALS 

STEERING, DRIVERS & TRAILER— CALL JEFF FOR PRICES! 



WESTSIDE MOTORS 

£©■ Iciiuvsier I Kfflffi l \-pi„m<mili\ TUBES OF T.R.F., INC. 



7Vi/o;oi;//t| |j£ 

ServLx, Sales ant Leasing - Aboodu Od" " Betters 

•Sales oi Pajui lloun: Mon.-Frt. 7:30- G:30*3aL B-Noon »S«v1a! Hours: Mon. - Frt. 7:30- StOO 

Highway* 09 & 1 West 681-4303 Thief River Falls 




1960 FORD TEMPO QL 

4-DR. 

1B87 CHEV. CELEBRITY 

4-DR. 

1907 CHEV. CAVAUERRS 

2-DR. 



1SS0 FORD RANGER 

SUPERCAB XLT 

1988 FORD F-150 4X4 XLT 

LARIAT V-8ALTTO 
1985 CHEVROLET C-10 4X4 




FOR SALE • Uaod cars and pickups, also 
ropiocomont parts and usod auto parts 
from 1050 and up. DoWayna'a Aulo 

•fliidWKtealco. tacahxMj$lm wou.of 
Roioau on Hwy. 11. 218-46307ra 8 

n.m.-5^0p.m. Mon.-SaLNMI1-2tte 

FOR SALE- Ono 1 S74 Chryslor Newport, 
mochanicolty good, good paint and 
rubber, somo rust; two oooutiiul Arabian 



YOUR NORTH COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER 

IT ALL ADDS 
UP TO SAVINGS! 

BUY LATE MODEL-SAVE '1,000s! 



1fl90FOHDTAURUSGL4-DFL , 1080 FOHD F-150 SUPERCAB 
XLTURIAT 

rasas "w^--* — " 



1033 MERCURY GRAND 

MARQUIS 4-DR 

1083 CHEVROLET MAUBU 

WAQON 

1S8S MERC. TOPAZ OS 

4-DR. 

1970 OLDS. DELTA 88 4-DR. 



PRE-OWNED VANS & PICKUPS 



Hwy. 1 & 59 West 681-2660 Thief Hlver Falls, MN 



Pace :o 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 14, 1991 



Wallace, Kiecker win 

(Cor.iinucil from Pige 1) 
NonJuck. GoB^- reserve champi- 



Milking Shorthorn— Pat Foster, 
Cam Laic, champion and Craig 
Bentley. Mahnomen. reserve Cham- 

Guernsey— Tracy Veslcdahl. 
Winger, champion and Pat Foster. 
Caw Lake, reserve champion. 

Judgei (or the dairy show were 
Linda Hanson of Goodndgc and 
Conrad Kvamme of Little Falls. 

The new regional dairy princess 
is deeply involved in dairying- Not 
onlv docs her family have an active 
dairy herd, she is employed by a 
neighbor to milk a 70-cow herd in 
an eight-unit milking parlor twice a 
day. 

'1 get up at -J a.m. every day and 
start milking at 4:30." Janna said. 
'It takes about four hours each 
morning and evening to gel the 
equipment ready, do the milking 
and clean-up." 

Stretching to reach five feet, five 
inches in height, she has brawn hair 
and brown eyes. At Wm-E-Mac 
high school she qualified for 
regional competition for three years 
in the discus and shot put and was a 
member of the state champion girls 



volleyball icam as ajunior. 

She received state rating in vocal 
solo competition and was selected 
10 district honor band twice as a 
French horn player. At the 1990 
Region One Dairy Princess contest 
she was selected as Miss 
Congeniality. She attended the 
University of Minnesota — Crook- 
ston in 1990-91 and will attend 
Moorhcad State University this fall. 

First runner-up Rachel NonJ. 18, 
is a 1991 graduate of Blackduck 
high school and will attend Bcmidji 
State university in the fall, seeking 
a degree in elementary education. 

The Nords milk 125 Holstcins 
and have a total herd of about 300. 
Rachel, a five-foot, three-inch 
blonde with blue eyes, works with 
the cattle and also docs much of the 
field work on the farm. 

Second runner-up Metanie Rue 
is a graduate of Fosston high school 
and will be a junior at Concordia 
college in Moorhcad this tall. Sip 
is a cousin of Kimbcrly Rue who 
was regional princess in 1987-88. 

Mclanic has one older and two 
younger brothers. Her father milks 
a herd of 100 Holstcins in partner- 
ship with his brother Rolland. 




The law contains a July 1 dead- 
line, so the county board will need 
to act soon. County Auditor Ken 
Olson, however, expects the county 
to adopt the requirements of the 
legislation. 

The city does have the option of 
enacting the law if the county fails 
to do so under special provisions of 
[he law. 



Sales tax issue 

(Continued from Page 1) 



1991-92 Northwest Dairy Princess Janna Kiecker (right) of 
Mcintosh receives a congratulatory hug (ram 1990-91 Princess 
Mlchollo Anderson of Hawley following coronation Tuesday at 
Northwost Dairy Day In Thief River Falls. 



reports, t**o thirds of the growth in 
the fund do not go to state aid for 
county human services. The new 
bill provides that 67pcr cent of the 
increase in the LGTF revenues will 

:o to several specified purposes. 

."he portion going to human ser- 
vices will be about 24 per cent. 
Most of the rest of the 67 per cent 
goes to HACA growth. The other 
33 per cent amounts to S85J mil- 



S, 



lion and is available for growth in 
existing aid formulas or new for- 
mulas. 

Actual numbers may vary con- 
siderably, especially since HACA 
growth due to payment for property 
class rate reductions is currently 
being recalculated by the Dcpart- 
meniofRcvenuc. 

According to the League of 
Minnesota Cities, these estimates 



indicate thai trust fund revenues 
will grow in proportion to sales tax 
growth, perhaps about six or seven 
per cent per year in normal eco- 
nomic years. The League is hope- 
ful that the new trust fund approach 
will provide greater stability and 
growth for city aids than has been 
the case in recent years. 

In addition to state funding 
raised from [he sale tax, another 
two cents from the existing stale 
sales tax apparently will go Into a 
general fund that will be distributed 



only among the counties that have 
enacted the soles tax. 

Most consumers will not notice 
much of an impact. The sales tax is 
insignificant in its effect on small 
purchases — five cents on a S10 
sale. 

' The city council formally 
approved a resolution encouraging 
the county board to enact the new 
state legislation. 




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Thief River Falls Alumni 
foundation off to good start 



, Catherine Spcnglcr of United 
Methodist church in Thief River 
Falls received the Harry Dcnman 
Evangelism Award at the Minneso- 
ta United Methodist Annual Con- 
ference. 

- Individuals who receive the 
award arc being recognized for 
their exemplary effort in evange- 
lism, for dedication in lifestyle, wit- 
ness and discipleship through spe- 
cific actions and tasks that serve as 
inspiration to the local church and 
greater community, said Mary 
Edlund, communications associate 
for United Methodist Communica- 
tions in Minneapolis. Only one 
such award is made to a layperson 
each year in Minnesota, Edlund 
said. 

"I was given the award but didn't 
corn it," said Cathy Spcnglcr. "But 
I told the church 1 would accept it 
on their behalf." 

Spcnglcr was nominated by the 
local administration council. She 
was then chosen to receive the state 
award from a field of candidates. 
'.. "It seems unbelievable because I 
haven't done that much," Spcnglcr 
said. 

i Spcnglcrs short list of activities, 
however, includes a small sample 
of the following: she serves on the 
administrative council; and is co- 
chairwoman of the United 
Methodist Women, she helped 
update the membership file; partici- 
pated in "Getting Better to Know 
You Day;" participated in helping 
the elderly attend weekday commu- 
nion services; helped write a devo- 
tional booklet for the church; 
encouraged the sharing of onc- 
mimitc of personal faith program 
during services; participated in the 




Catherine Spongier received the Harry Denman Evangelism 
Award during the Minnesota United Methodist Annual Confer- 
ence last week. She was the only one In the state to receive the 
lay person award. She Is pictured received the award and con- 
gratulations of Rev. Tom Wilson, pastor United Methodist 
Church In Thiol River Falls. 

Cathy Spengler 
receives United 
Methodist award 



Caring Ministry by visiting new- 
comers, the home-bound and inac- 
tive; participated in the Christian 
Women's Club; became a speaker 
for that group; was one of the four 
original members of the Grief Sup- 
port group, which was organized in 
1978; served as prayer chairman for 
the John Wesley White Crusade 
held in Thief River Falls last fall; 
and has continued work as a lay 
volunteer who visits individuals 
with cancer and provides support. . 
Spengler said-she became 
actively involved in many church 
related functions after her 16-year- 
old son died of cancer in 1976. She 
sold she began asking a lot of ques- 
tions and she found those answers 
in 2 Corinthians 1:4. She bases oil 
her work on that verse: "He com- 
forts us in all our afflictions and 
thus enables us to comfort those 
who arc in trouble, with the same 
consolation we have received from 
him. 

Rev. Tom Wilson of the United 
Methodist church in Thief River 
Falls said the church looks to her 
for leadership in evangelism. They 
appreciate the fact that they can 
rely on her and can turn to her. 
Wilson said he feels privileged and 
grateful that she is with us. 

The award presented to Spcnglcr 
come during the 137th Minnesota 
Annual Conference at the Universi- 
ty of Mankuio last week. Almost 
1,000 Minnesota United Methodists 
spent four days in session determin- 
ing policy, passing legislation on 
social issues, and celebrating their 
diversity and unity as a Christian 
denomination. 

Representing 427 United 
(Continued on Page 18) 



With its annual meeting to be 
conducted in July, the Thief River 
Falls Alumni Foundation is com- 
pleting a successful first year of 
operation and looking forward to a 
future of educational service, 
according to Roger Tunberg, prcsi- 
denL 

The first year tuts resulted En the 
enrollment of 95 members, receipt 
of approximately 527,000 and the 
donation of about 54,300 to the 
Junior Great Books program for the 
elementary schools in Thief River 
Falls. 

The donation to the school dis- 
trict for the Junior Great Books pro- 
gram was made this week ana the 
program itself will be implemented 
for all third graders in the school 
district during the 1991-1992 
school year. In general the Great 
Books program, including discus- 
sion tec by volunteers, will be con- , 
ducted during a 1 2-week period fol- 
lowing the Christmas break of the 
next school year. 

"Funding will provide training 
for a two-day workshop for the 
dozen volunteers recruited from the 
school volunteer program, teachers 
of third grade classes and oppropri- 
. ate administrators, and pay for 
books for students and materials for 
leaders," Tunberg said. 

"The course consists of four 
two-and-onc-half-hour sessions 
scheduled on two consecutive days 
and is required for all the volun- 
teers Who will work with the pro- ... 

"Purpose of Iho program is to ' 
encourage reading which Is the 
basis for all learning, including 
mathematics and the sciences," he 
added. "This fits in well with the 
foundation's goals and objectives of 
assisting with the educational 




Thief River Falls Alumni Foundation Is 
completing Its first year as a formal 
organization with goals and objectives aimed 
toward providing assistance' to the 
educational programs of School District 564. 
The foundation recently provided $4,500 for 
use by the district's elomentary schools In 
.conducting a Junior Great Books program 



during the 1991-92 school year. Pictured (left 
to right) are Dr. Robert Duncan, superin- 
tendent of schools; Edith Etter, who chairs the 
school district's reading commlttoe; Carol 
Ihle, volunteer coordinator for the school 
district; and Roger Tunberg, president ol the 
alumni foundation. Annual meeting ot the 
foundation will bo held In July. 



Each third grade student will 
receive one of the books which 
includes a dozen stories, according 
to Carol Ihle, volunteer coordinator 
for the school district. The students 
' will read the stories before the vol- 
unteers come into the classrooms in 
teams of four to discuss the stories 
with the students. 

The Junior Great Books reading 
scries is a collection of children's 
classics, folktales, poetry and mod- 
ern short stories from cultures 
around the world. They arc chosen 
for their ability to sustain extended 
interpretive discussion and to 
engage the imaginations of children 
who will be reading them. 

Stories in the Junior Great Book 

to be purchased for third graders in 

the Thief River Falls program 

include "The Master Cat (or Puss- 

(Continued on Page 18) 



Ceremony held for 
streambank project 



Project completion ceremony for 
the Thief River Falls streambank 
project conducted by the Red Lake 
Watershed district was held Thurs- 
day morning, June 13, at the power- 
plant dam in Thier River Falls. 

According to Brent Johnson of 
the watershed district staff, the pro- 
jcci'involvcd bank stabilization and 
erosion control along a 1,200-foot 
reach on the west bonk of the Red 
Lake river immediately down- 
stream from the power plant dam. 

Approximately 4,000 cubic 
yards of excavation was done to re- 
shape the rivcrbank and remove 
targe concrete slabs which hud been 
dumped there in a much earlier 
attempt at bank stabilization. That 
concrete was broken into much 
smaller pieces to provide riprap and 
2,000 cubic yards of this material 



was placed along the bank for ero- 
sion control. 

In addition, School District S64 
removed a chain link fence from its 
property along the rivcrbank and 
will be improving the appearance of 
its buildings in that area this sum- 
mer through sandblasting of a block 
building and siding improvements 
on its metal building. 

Total cost of the project was 
$80,500 with five sponsoring agen- 
cies and local governments cooper- 
ating in the effort. Board of water 
and Soil Resources through the 
Pennington County Soil and Water 
Conservation district provided 
S32 J00. Minnesota Department of 
Natural Resources through the 
Pennington county board of com- 
missioners added S19.000. 

The City of Thief River Falls 



lor of the Red Lake Watershed dis- 
trict, presided at the morning pro- 
ject completion ceremony. He 
extended a welcome to those in 
attendance and gave a brief history 
of how the project was originated, 
organized and completed. 

Sen. LcRoy Stumpf of Thief 
River Falls complimented those 
involved with putting together a 
cooperative effort toward accom- 
plishment of ilic project. He said a 
unified effort makes it easier to sell 
the project's value to others who 
may not have a direct interest in it. 

Sen. Stumpf also said that the 
river is one of the main areas the 
community has to work with in 
recreational development 

Rep. Wally Sparby of Thief 
River Falls gave his congratulations 
to the school district for its clean-up 



Old Mill celebrates anniversary 



This year marks the 100th 
anniversary of Minnesota state 
parks. To celebrate this occasion, 
Old Mill state park held "A Win- 
dow into the Past" reliving the 
creameries picnics Saturday and 
Sunday.June IS and 16. 

A beautiful weekend made the 
festivities more enjoyable for the 
estimated 4,500 people who attend- 
ed. 

On Sunday Bridgcman's provid- 
ed free ice cream for the ice cream 
social, and entertainment was pro- 
vided by local community mem- 
bers, including Senator LcRoy 
Stumpf and Representative Wally 
Sparby. The afternoon brought sev- 
eral presentations to various Mar- 
shall county historical society 
members for their hard work and 
dedication, and an old hats style 
show was given by Oslo senior citi- 
zens. 

For those who chose to roam 
around the park, free hay rides and 
horse and buggy rides were given 
along with cow milking and butter 
churning demonstrations. 

If you have never been to the 
park, or plaq to go someday but just 
haven't mine made it. Old Mill is a 
fun filled park with lots of things to 
do. If you choose to camp at the 
park for a day or even a week, 
you're sure to have a great time. 

At the bottom of a tree covered 
hill is a mun-madc swimming pool 
(Continued on tage 4) 




and the Red Lake Watershed dis-x effort and said lie would like tc 

trict each contributed -ST3,5O0jinuV u lc oilier side of the river handled 

School District 564 chipped in with similarly in the future. He also said 

S2 ,500. he would like to see a plaque in the 
Lowell C. Enerson, administra- (Continued on Page 5) 

Need talent entries 
for fair at Warren 



Entries ore now being accepted 
for the annual amateur talent con- 
test to be conducted Sunday. July 
21, at the Marshall county fair in 
Warren, according to Joan Peterson 
and Diane Abrahamson, co-chair- 
men for the sponsoring Warren 
Community Hospital and Home 
auxiliary. 

Persons with professional expe- 
rience or those who have won first- 
place in any county fair amateur 
talent contest will not be pcmiiiicd 
to compete. All others arc eligible 
from Marshall. Pennington. Polk. 



Roseau. Kiilson. Norman and Red 
Lake counties. 

Mailed entries should include 
names, addresses and telephone 
numbers of contestants, title of 
number to he presented, accompa- 
nist if any. ami whether the entry is 
vocal, instrumental, dance, etc. 
Ckisim: dale for entries will he July 
\2. ' 

Send entries in Joan Peterson. 
fid I North Central, or Diane 
Abraliamsnn. Route 2. both at 
Warren. MN 507<O. Call Joan at 
7J5-5J60 or Diane at 745-4IW2. 



Girl bitten by dog 
starts rabies shots 



Free hayrldos and horse and buggy rides 
wore given during the celebration of 100 years 
of Minnesota state parks at tho Old Mill state 
park on Saturday and Sunday. In keeping with 



Six-year-old Mali Newion. block of Kneale Avenue South, 

daughter of Mrs. lna Ncwutn of The bite required stitches in repair 

Thief River Tails, began treatment the injury. 

,.._ , , u , _ , .. , . . fur possible rabies today (Friday) Because the dog hasn't been 

thotradltlon of tho creameries picnics at tho afK i being bincn by a dog. located n> determine that it is not 

Mali was bitten in the face by a rabid, the painful amirabies vacci- 
iiions are Ivim; «i\cn asa ptveau- 

4:J5 p.m. while playing in ihe ;iK> tmnary me.isme. 



park In days gone by, hundreds of poople .._. _ _. _ 

gathered tor a program ol ontortnlnmont and large black dog Monday at about 
reflection. " " """ 






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Friday, June 21, 1991 



Page 2 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 21, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 3 




TIMES 

FOR 

TODDLERS 



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Thllt to your child about the rain, 
ihc mud. ihc puddles, look for rain- 
bows, etc. Look for birds and lalk 
aboul Uking a bath in Ihc puddles 
after ihc rain. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
of School District 564.) 



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iConuibuicd by the Northwest 
Regional Library.) 

PARENTING TIPS 

Rainy Day Acthllits 

„ - . , During the summer when child- 
Some examples may be cowboy *, jdc „, 
hats, baseball hats, fur caps lad.esy. - cnI ^ n ^^1- There 
dress hats, scarfs, military hatspr-' i. „ k ,„ ,,„ ,,,.„ ;„, ,„ ,,, 



ACTIVITIES 

Hats 

This year the library's summer 
program is all aboul HATS! Child- 
ren love to wear hats. Develop a 
pby bo* of props lhat they can use 
when pbying. This box could con- 
lain an old dress, apron, jacket, 
shoes and HATS. The hats could be 
anything an adult would wear. 
... " > 

ir caps. I 

'"■ *y ^ 

e children 



is so much to do lhat interests them 
and stimulates them. But what 
aboul those days when the weather 
turns cold or rainy, or even when it's 
too hot to be outside? After being 
able to play outside the inside activ- 
ities no longer seem to be intcrcst- 
, , _. „, ing. Therefore you may have to be 

(Contributed by Discovery Place crcalivc aiul comc up wiih some 



helmets. As soon as 
realize what the pepmJeeS. when- 
ever he wears a^&rticular hat: the 
child's fun begins. You may.wani to 
help with other props during play or 
lei them create iheir own. 



child care center.) 

SCAVENGER HUNT 

For next week's Activities fea- 
ture, you will need roper, markers, 
popskle sticks and glue. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

"Hats Off to Libraries" is the 
summer library theme and the Thief 
River Falls public library has sever- 
al books on the theme of hats, 
including the fallow ing: 

Asch. Frank. Yellow, Yellow. A 
boy proudly wears and Finds many 
uses for the yellow construction hat 
he found, but eventually its owner 
appears. 

Lexau. Joan M. Who Took the 
Farmer's Hal. The wind blows 



ideas to get them started. Following 
arc some ideas you might try. For 
some of these you will have to plan 
ahead and gather materials before 
you need them. 

■ Craft box: Fill u box with any 
leftover items your child could use 
to glue or make something with. 
Such as yam. fabric scraps, buttons, 
pipe cleaners, Christmas and birth- 
day cards, egg cartons, etc. 

■ Play "dress up" with clothes, 
hats and shoes gathered for this pur- 
pose. 

■ Let your kids wash and dry all 
their water-proof toys. 

■ Make a kitchen "sand box" 
with com meal, oatmeal or maca- 

■ Cook or bake something. 



. ~ r _,. .1.1-1, ■ Have kids help make a new 

away tlie farmer's 1^ and he finally tatth of ptoy dong h. Get out the 
finds a being used in a rather sur- {^^ v^ ^^ ^ 

■"STI?^ b h f i? - ■ Make a Knl 0T playboy with 
Slobodkina, Esphyr. Caps For ... - ■..__/!..-' .. 

Sale. A band of mischievous mon- 
keys steals every one of a peddler's 
caps while he takes a nap under a 



a blanket or tablecloth over card 
table. 

■ After a rain if you can stand 
the mess, and the weather's warm, 
walk outside in the mud barefoot. 



— i DEATHS 1 

Jeanette Helle, 56 

Thief River Falls — Jeanette 
Helle. 56. died June 16 at Northwest 
Medical center in Thief River Falls. 

Funeral services will be held June 
22 at 10:30 a.m. at the Abundant 
Life church in Thief River Falls 
with Rev. Bcnon R. Hushagen offi- 
ciating. Interment will be at the 
Greenwood cemetery. The Green 
Funeral Home is in charge of 
arrangements. 

Visitation will be held Friday 
from 1 to 9*p.m. al the Green Funer- 
al Home in Thief River Falls and at 
the church for one hour before the 
service on Saturday. 

Ben Olson, 86 

Trail — Ben Olson, 86. died June 
19 at his rural Trail home. 

Funeral services will be held June 
22 at the Oak Park Lutheran church, 
rural Oklcc, with Rev. Thomas 
Rank officiating. The Pctterson 
Funeral Home of Oklee is in charge 
or arrangements. 

Visitation will be held Friday 
from 3 to 9 p.m. at the Pctterson 
Funeral Home in Oklcc and for one 
hour before the service Saturday at 
the church. 

Russell 
Wierschke, 70 

Detroit Lakes — Rev. Russell 
Wierschke, 70, died June 18 at St. 
Mary's hospital in Detroit Lakes. 

Funeral services will be held June 
22 at 3 p.m. at the Bethlehem 
Lutheran church in Newfolden. 
Interment will be in the Rosclund 
cemetery near Badger. The Mattson 
Funeral Home of Winger is in 




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prayer service and at the Bethlehem 
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before the service on Saturday. 



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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 21, 1991 



TRF students enroll at Northland 



Many area Mmlcim fimn Thief 
River Fall i were recently Jti c|>tcd 
10 attend Northland tomnmnily col' 
lege this fall. They induJc: Steven 
Kfoety. ion or Mar Ian J and Roberta 
Kloety; Rosalind Wold, daughter of 
Roland and Rose Wold; Ucsircc 
Christ ianiun. daughter of Ku-.se! 
and Carol ChriMunson; Kunherly 
Maidment, daughter of Keith and 
Kaylynn Maidmenn Jennifer Lan- 
noyc, daughter of Jelf and l.jVon 
Lnnnoye; Jennifer Fletcher, daugh- 
tcr of Ken and Joanne Fletcher: 

Also JaCinda Fimrite. daughter 
of Norman and Kathy iirenna; Troy 



Coltom. son of Larry and Ruth 
Coltom. Chad Laval irr, son of Peter 
and Marjone Lavalicr; Mart 
Hriiggenun. son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Richard Hmggcman: Row Dal/ell. 
son ol Resercnd and Mrs. Floyd 
DjI/cII; Chnvtopher Btinlie. son of 
Ki-riiiit and Nancy Burslic; Einar 
Langelctl. von ot Evert and Deity 
LangL-L-tt: Kim her ly Meyer, daugh- 
ter of Glenn and Susan Meyer; 
KriMi Olson, daughter of Michael 
and Jacqueline Olson; and Jodie 
Harder, daughter of Wayne and 
[Xiniu Harder. 



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Mary Ann LoRwrg 
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The Northern Walch is distributed to over 22,000 households 
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Js published in conjunction with the Thief River Falls Times. 

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Koropatnicki and 
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John Hoard and Dale Koropat- 
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named to the Moorhead technical 
college President's list for the 
spring quarter. 

Students must earn un average 
grade point of 3.5 or above. 

Both Hoard and Koropatnicki ore 
graduates of Lincoln high school. 

Old Mill park 

(Continued from Pago 1) 

for kids and adults to enjoy, and life 
guards arc on duty every day. 

History is also found at the park. 
The old mill site is just north of the 
campgrounds and swimming urea 
after u walk down a winding road 
through Scotch pines. Next lo the 
mill is a pioneer cubin is where 
flour and bran arc sold during 
grinding days. 

Other things to sec at the park 
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Minnesota. iho afternoon comments were given by Sena- 



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Friday, June 21, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



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Sen. LeRoy Slumpf 



SLiS t 

Lowell Enerson * Maryet Anderson 



Ceremonies held for streambank project 



Mayor Dob Carlson, who was 
born in Thief River Falls, remi- 
nisced about swimming where the 
dam is presently located and having 
a woods located in the present site 
of the school district service center. 

He mentioned that ti cabin was 
located in the area of the present 
dam and ihiii Tom Welch, trie cab- 
in's owner, had a daughter Mary 
who later married author Ernest 
Hcmmingwuy. 

The mayor also looked toward a 
cooperative effon in the future to 
accomplish a dredging of the river 
reservoir above the dam. 

Grclchcn Dcito, a member of the 
Zchtians club and one of the prime 



(Continued from Page 

movers in establishing a river walk 
program for Thief River Falls, said 
that Thief River Falls has never 
lurried its back on its rivers. She 
said that the many people who walk 
or jog near the river inspired the 
Zchtians to suggest that a walking 
path be created along the river. 
Much of (hat work has now been 
done. 

Further emphasis on the project's 
development came from young 
mothers warning a safe place from 
which their children could view 
"the falls" and from learning thai 
the concrete slabs put down for sta- 
bilization had become a haven for 
rats. 

One of the hoped for projects in 
■the future will be a sculpture and 



perhaps a fountain on the concrete 
abutment from an earlier dam 
which juts .several feel above the 
water near the intake upstream from 
the power plant. 

Gary Lane, representing the 
Pennington Soil and V/uter Conser- 
vation district, briefly reviewed the 
involvement of the SWCD in the 
project, 

Marycl Anderson, who chairs 
the School District 564 board of 
education, commented on the 
school's role and emphasized the 
sense of community involved in the 
project. "In Thief River Falls we 
don't go through organizations and 
agencies," she said, "we go to peo- 
ple who we know personally and 
who we know share our interests 




Gary Lane 

and concerns." 

Jerry Prickctl, supervisor of 
buildings and grounds for the 
school district, reviewed plans of 



Grelcben Beito Kenneth Murphy 

the district to further improve the missioners, also responded with his 

area. thoughts on the cooperative elTon 

Kenneth Murphy, member of the and what such cooperation can 

Pennington county board of com- accomplish. 




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Friday, June 21, 1991 




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Move Over— The Kids 
Are Coming Home 

Guest Editorial 

by Jean Stclner 

for the 

Minnesota Women's Consortium 

Call It the swinging door syndrome, 
or the return of the already launched. 
Whatever tag" wc put on it, there's a 
movement out there. Across the 
country our kids, who've been on their 
own, arc coming home again — in 
numbers. 

According to statistics the Minne- 
sota Women's Consortium has 
gathered, 10 million single adults, ages 
18 to 34, now live with their parents. 
That figure's Increased one-third over 
the past 15 years and quite a few of 
those adults arc returnees to the nest. 

Although It was tough to see our 18 
or 19-ycar-olds as mature as they saw 
themselves, we parents got used to the 
Idea. And whether Johnny or Jane 
married, went off to college or to a Job, 
we cut the apron strings. Many of us 
spread out into the kids' rooms with 
hobbles and televisions and discovered 
there's more to life than parenting. 
But don't you know at least one family 
that's swung the door open from both 
sides— out and in— more than once—as 
the fractured dreams and empty, bank 
books came home? 

Generations ago, marriage was the 
only reason that kids went off into 
their own households. It's still a 
reason today, but marriage is no 
guarantee that you can set up your 
paints and ceramics in Janlc's room, 
in recent times. ..50 per cent. of. 
marriages have ended in divorce and 
six per cent in separation. Chances 
are Janle's the one who'll be back, 
because a marriage breakup usually 
leaves the woman needing financial 
help. 

. And lack of money puts more feet 
on the return path home than any 
other factor. Statistics show the 
present generation of young adults as 
the first in U.S. history not to be 
.financially better off than their parents.. 
Paychecks for 25 to 35-year-olds' 
haven't kept up with high-priced living. 
Rents have gone up 28 per cent since 
1982. So, even if John or Jane decide 
they'll split expenses with a roommate 
or two, the likelihood that they'll be 
willing to give up the good things in life 
for very long— Just to cover the cost of a 
roof over their heads— Is not a winning 
bet 

Experts also say longer life spans 
extend adolescence into the 20s. If 
that's true, parents will have to be 
parental longer. What that will mean 
in our society of multiple marriages 
and merged yours-mine-and-ours 
families we can only guess. 

But If statistics we have not are 
reliable, we can be pretty sure that 
home sweet home Is looking sweeter to 
our 18 and 19-year-olds. They'll hang 
in there, 'cause they can't afford not to. 
Those of us who have teenagers today 
can expect to deal with post-teen 
adolescents. 

And for about 50 per cent of us who 
have launched offspring, and have an 
extra bedroom or two, the message of 
the 90s is clear. Don't hurry to move 
in the den furniture. 

Don't even change the sheets. 



Don't Forget The Tax 

One-time business sales— including 
the equipment Involved in the sale of a 
business— will be subject to the 6.5 per 
cent sales tax after July 1, under a 
■ rather obscure provision of Minnesota's 
new tax law. 

Sales tax will also apply to sale of 
farm equipment between farmers, but 
the rate Is 2.5 per cent Legislative tax- 
experts estimate that the new provision 
should raise $14.2 million during the 
next blennium. 

A person selling a business would 
be required to collect the sales tax on 
all of the equipment, machinery, 
computer hardware and software; — 
furniture and fixtures. Not subject to 
the sales tax would be land, buildings, 
accounts receivable and inventory to be 
resold. 

Two exemptions that remain intact 
arc garage sales and the person who 
sells something through the news- 
paper. The new law tightens up the 
Isolated or occasional sales provision 
under which the garage and other 
occasional sale' is permitted without 
sales tax. 

Keith Carlson, a fiscal analyst for 
the Minnesota Senate tax committee, 
■ said that the basic reason for the 
provision Is to have uniform and 
consistent taxation, no matter what 
method the sale was made. He said 
the person whose full-time business is 
selling used equipment Is put at a 
competitive disadvantage to the person 
who sells equipment on a one-time 
basis. 

Carlson said the legislation was 
added to the senate's omnibus tax bill 
in response to a court case that 
allowed a broker of heavy construction 
equipment to escape paying sales taxes 
because he never took title to the 
equipment. 

The provision is expected to have a 
big impact on contractors and con- 
struction companies which frequently 
buy and sell used construction equip- 
ment. To a lesser degree, because of 
the smaller percentage of sale's tax 
applicable, It will also Impact on 
farmers. 

"In the sale of business assets," 
stated Joanne Scllncr. Senate counsel 
for the tax committee, "the seller is 
functioning as a retailer." 

How the seller of equipment — who 
may never have collected and remitted 
sales tax money before— is to go about 
that procedure will be a problem for 
the revenue department to face. So 
will the. determination by the state of 
how such a sale takes place, unless It 
intends to check every business tax 
return for equipment purchases or 
sales. 

It will be something new for 
accountants to keep an eye on for their 
clients, according to Richard Anderson 
of Anderson, Poissant, Kays & Co. of 
Thief River Falls. They would like their 
cllents to be aware of the law change 
and to collect and pay tax on any such 
sales in order to be in compliance. 

"It's something that a number of 
business people, especially contractors 
and farmers, haven't had to contend 
with before," Anderson said, "but it will 
be law as of July 1 and very little has 
been said about it. Wc think people 
should be made more aware of what 
they are expected to do." 



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Did you noiicc ihc "wo will" parl7 Thai is giving us a choice to be 
a part of God's Word, apd put us in a position to bo glad instead of tad. 

There arc so many peoplo who gel up in the morning and decide 
10 bo a crab nil day long. They crab about the weather, they crab about 
ihclr jobs, friends, family, their aches and pains, and at the end of the 
day they end it as they started, crabby. 

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which Ihc Lord has made. Now if you consider mat in itself, it should 
get you excited! The Lord has nude it, so He is in control of it. It takes 
it out of your hands and puts it in His. 

Now, if you have decided to rejoice and bo glad in it, you will 
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came from another source and will be ready to try the ways of God 
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EIMSTS 



TWICE BUT NICE ' 

How much will you save oh oil shorts thl3 week? 

EKERENDRUG '--■ 

What does it cost per page-to receive a one page fax message? 

KORDEL ;-■-■'■■; 

How marry styles of Beaulirest mattresses are on display? ;.....-.. 

WANDAS FLOWER & GIFT SHOP 

What is the color of the hair on the pajama bag clown? »..„...; 

BRL'S i ' ' 

What year did Erf's new one.stop convenience store open? 

ALTRA POWER BATTERY COMPANY 

What other services do we provide besides batteries? - 

DAIRY QUEEN 

What is the size of our beef patty? 

CORNER DRUG 

What year jewelry do wc specialize in? ..;.; ..... 

PIZZA HUT 

What's special about Tuesday nights at Pizza Hut? 

TUNBERG'S What year Is the Mercury. Tracer wagon on our 

used car lot? ■'• ■ 

BJORKMAN'S 

What is new at BJorkman's main level?. ........ 

WILSON BROS. COMPANY 

How many styles of Vise-Grip locking clamps are on our display board?... 
PAINT fie GLA $S INTERIORS - 

What Is the price oT a gallon of thinner? - ; 

HARDWARE HANK 

How many guns are on our wall display? 

ANNETTE'S FABRICS 

What fabric is displayed on the round table in front of the store? 

NORTHLAND PRODUCE 

What Is the price of 50ff of Purina Dealex'a.Pride dog food? 

WESTSIDE MOTORS 

What award did our service department recently receive? 

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What seasonal display Is being shown In our buVement? 



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i What is the price of our hand vac Dirt Devil by Royal? 

KEZAR MUSIC 

What is the price of our Fender 12 string guitar? 

PURDY'S SHOES 

What is the sal e price o f our Easy Spirit Mac 4 walking shoe? 

FOUNTAIN OF JEWELS 

What Is the price of Makasa Garden Harvest 5-plece place setting?.. 

PAMTjDA 

What is the price or 10 lbs. Tidy Cat litter? 

RADIO SHACK 

What Is the price of our Big Bird radio? 

BETHANY BOOKSTORE 

What is the newest book by Michael Phillips? 

APPLIANCE & TV SHOWCASE 

What Is the price of a GE 8.000 ETTU air conditioner? 

JCPENNEY What arc the words on the black, yellow, and red sign 

located In the lower level ofJCPcnncy? 

MR. DUANE'S 

Name the size range of dresses at Mr. Duanc's? 

MEDICINE SHOPPE 

The Medicine Shoppe guarantee covers you where? 

COMPUTER RUN 

What Is the "wave of the future"? 

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Friday, June 21, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



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PoSct invest igatng 
lire slating 

Crookfton — Croolilon 
police chief Huh Janonchkc 
say» thai ihc department is 
pmcnily invoUpaung a scries 
of ure ibshing incidenu. He 
mjic* ifui the UKiJcnu appear 
u> he random, but residents can 
take precaution* by putting 
iheir vehicles in their garages 
or parking them on well-lit 
iirecu at ni«ht. (Crookston 
Daily Tunes) 

Marvin's plans hw 
Fargo f odfity 

Warroad — Mayor Jon 
Undgrcn of Fargo announced 
thai Marvin Windows is plan- 
ning to construct a new facility 
in Fargo. Several sices in both 
Wisconsin and North Dakota 
were considered prior to set- 
tling on the Fargo site. The 
company's new venture there 
will be a high tech window 
component facility to be called 
Tecton Products, Inc.. will 
cover -10,000 square feet and 
employ about 45 people. 
(Warroad Pioneer) 

N«n«g services 

move downtown 

Bemidji — The Beltrami 
county board has authorized 
the purchase or the Chriswell 
building in downtown Bemidji 
as the relocation site for the 
county public health nursing 
service. The service has been 
looking for larger quarters to 
replace the present ones in a 
building which had originally 
been a private house. Prob- 
lems noted included insuffi- 
cient office space, inadequate 
electric power for computers 
and lack of privacy for clie n ts. 
Purchase price of the building 
.is S245.000. {Bemidji Pioneer) 




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Around The Region | 

by Donna Myhrcr 



"Slepkw Staler" to be 
held My 13 

Stephen — The 12th annual 
"Stephen SLzzler" five-mile and 
U-milc fun run will take place 
July 13 at Stephen. The race 
events are sponsored by 
Stephens Civic and Commerce 
association and are held in con- 
junction with the. annual 
Appreciation Day celebration. 
There will be five age divisions 
for men in the races and one 
for women. Prc-rcgistration 
willcndJuly 10. (Messenger) 

Former hrtib resident 
in soap opera 

Fertile — Nancy Love, for- 
merly of Fertile, has a leading 
role in -Secrets." the newest 
- soap opera to hit tho air waves-- 
of Los Angeles. She is the for- 
mer Nancy Gullickson and has 
previously produced her own 
television snow, "Sew It Your 
Way." In "Secrets" she plays 
Nancy Recfc, a wealthy 
woman in the make-believe 
community of St. Michaels. It 
is expected that the showwill 
be available to Minnesota mar* 
ketssoon. (Fertile Journal) 

first aanod pet 
showatArgjrle 

Argyle — As a port of 
Argyles Meet Your Neighbor 
Day, June 29. the first annual 



Favorite Pel Show will be held. 
The show, under the direction 
of Alice Deschcne and Julie 
Brcmscih. will begin with reg- 
istration between the post 
office and Hartt store and will 
jtartatlpjn. All pets must be 
on a leash, in a cage or other- 
wise contained. (Messenger) 

Mahnomen plow 
brfornotion booth 

Mahnomen — The Mah- 
nomen county chamber of 
commerce is considering set- 
ting up a tourist information 
booth to stand at the corner of 
highways 200 and 59. Air*^ 
eight by 12 foot building 
would be built and volunteers 
recruited to sit in the booth. 
(Mahnomen Pioneer) 



Centennial wagon rroia 
arrives at Itasca 



Itasca — The Itasca state 
park centennial wagon train 
will provide spectators with a 
grand finale of its trip on Jane 
23 as the wagons roll into Itas- 
ca state park for a parade. The 
trip began June 8 in St. Paul 
and moved northward at about 
three miles per hour. A pro- 
gram at the Lake Itasca Pioneer 
Farmers site will follow the 
arrival of the wagons. ■ (Farm- ' 
ers Independent) . 



Korean floor milters 
visit Hollock 

Hillock — Four Korean 
flour millers inspected the con- 
dition of the spring wheat crop 
at the Charles Swanson farm, 
rural Hillock, recently. The 
millers arc spending about two 
weeks in the United States and 
visiting several states. The 
group is hosted by the Min- 
nesota Wheat Research and 
Promotion council. (Kittson 
County Enterprise) 

faction will sell 
Bonn school history 

Bornp — The Borup school 
board are holding an auction 
June 22 to sell items from the 
Borup high school and other 
equipment no longer used. 
Items will Include band instru- 
ments, desks, office equipment 
and testbooks. The auction 
will take place in the school 
gymnasium which is packed 
with the things to be sold. 
(Norman County Index) 

10-moarh-old vohmteers 
-at develop wntal tenter — 

Grafton, ND — Jade Vau- 
drin, daughter of Tina Vaudrin, 
is, at ten months old, the 
youngest registered volunteer 
at the Grafton Developmental 
center. She spends between 10 
and 12 hours a months with 
mentally handicapped women 
at tho center where her mother 
is employed. The idea came 
from a resident's reaction to 
watching babies on television 
and has been working well for 
about four months. Jade sits 
on residents' laps or crawls 
around their wheelchairs and 
seems to enjoy the attention 
she receives. (Grafton Record) 




— | DEATHS I 

Chris A. Saustad 

Thief River Falls — Chris A. 
Saustad, 85, died June 20 at the 
CNC unit of the Northwest Medical 
center in Thief River Falls. 

Funeral services will be held June 
23 at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist 
church in Thief River Falls with 
Rev. Tom Wilson officiating. Inter- 
ment will be at the Holt cemetery. 
The Green Funeral Home is in 
charge of arrangements. 

Visitation will be held Saturday 
from 1 to 9 p.m. at the Green Funer- 
al Home in Thief River Falls with 
an 8 p.m. prayer service and for one 
hour prior to the lime of the services 
on Sunday. 



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runner-up when 13 women from 
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Woodcrafters 
meet Monday, 
discuss fair 

Northland Woodcrafters will dis- 
cuss participation at the 90th annual 
Pennington county fair at the 
monthly meeting to be conducted 
Monday. June 24, at 7 p.m. at the 
Occupational Development Center 
in Thief River Falls. 

The meeting is ope.i to all men 
and women in the northwestern 
Minnesota area interested in malting 
items from wood. 

Discussion will be held on partic- 
ipation at the Pennington county fair 
to be held July 10-14 at the fair- 
grounds in Thief River Falls. Those 
interested in competition will note 
that woodworking has been expand- 
ed into a separate class this year 
with many opportunities to enter. 

Members of the club are encour- 
aged to bring woodworking maga- 
zines and catalogs to the meeting for 
other members and visitors to sec. 
Some of the materials will be avail- 
able for the taking. 

Recently completed woodwork- 
ing projects may also be brought to 
the meeting. All members of the 
chapter arc urged to attend and visi- 
tors ore always welcome. This will 
be the last monthly meeting of 
Northland Woodcrafters until 
-September 



LETTERS 



To The Editor 

1 said I was not going to write 
any more but my petitioners told 
me to write one more time, so I 
will. 

We arc getting the right amount 
of rain, which is great. A lot of 
places arc receiving too much rain. 
Thief River Falls is in good spirits 
now because the sloughs and ditch- 
es are filling up with water so Thief 
River Falls will have a big supply. 

I can not understand the state of 
Minnesota and the EPA passing this 
water for drinking. I know it is not 
Tor drinking when my dog won't 
drink it. I wonder if it's safe. I 
have a water filter which takes out 
the chlorine, odor and taste— then 
my dog will drink it. 

Chlorine is bad for our health. I 
have heard that chlorine causes can- 
cer. This is why our town is rated 
highest in the state of Minnesota for 
highest rate of cancer. 

Petitioners, let's look out for our 
health. Do you realize that 70 per 
cent of the body is made of water. 
Trial's why wc need good water to 
stay healthy. We have good under- 
ground water here, why not go for 
it? It is going to be a lot cheaper to 
drill wells. Let's look for the 
future, not from year to year. 

Looking out the window I can 
sec cars waiting for the train for 
blocks. Wc need an overpass bad. 
I would like to sec an overpass, 
then remodel this water plant. My 
petitioners want to stay healthy, not 
get taxed to death. We also don't 
need the highway 32 project 

I am employed at Northern 
Pride. The people are great. 
Northern Pride has the best water 
money can buy — good coffee, good 
food. They have had their own 
well for years. 
Sincerely, 
Doyle Thompson 
Thief River Falls 
Water plant employee 17 years 



ICCC surplus 
commodities to 
be distributed 



Inter-County community council 
of Oklcc will be distributing sur- 
plus commodities June 25 and 26. 
' Distribution will be at the follow- 
ing sites and limes: Pennington 
county— Thief River Falls auditori- 
um, 11 a,m. to 2 p.m. June 25; St 
Hilairc senior center, 1 to 2 p.m. 
June 25; and Goodridgc senior cen- 
ter, 3 to 4 p.m. June 25; Red Lake 
county— Red Lake Falls park place, 
10 to II a.m. June 25; Plummcr 
Emardviltc hall, 1 to 2 p.m. June 
25; Brooks town hall, 3 to 4 p.m. 
June 25 ; and Oklcc municipal 
building, 2 to 3 p.m. June 26. 



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Friday. June 21. 1991 



Hi gh percentaoe of participants at Lincoln High School... 

Activities report issued 



Mudhens Triathlon set July 20 



Annual dcaulics Mimnurv 
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shoucJ that 62.? percent of the 
Lincoln High School muuViu Nxly 
took part in cxira-cuniculjr actm- 
lies during the l«W> I school > ear. 

The report revealed 45- of the 
723 Thiel Rner Falls Mudenls in 
grades f-\2 look p.irt in athletics, 
cluhs/orsani/alions anil fine arts 
during the recently-completed 
*chool > car. 

High'iM rate of participation came 
from the freshman with 7S.6 percent 
of the ninth graders taking pan in at 
least one extra-curricular activity. 
The participation figures also 
included S'i.H percent ol the sopho- 
mores. 5^.7 percent of the seniors 
and 4U.7 percent of the juniors. 

Participation figures by grades: 

Freshmen - class of IK had 151 
involved in activities, including 111) 
in athletics. 101 in fine arts and 31 
in clubs/organizations. 

Sophomores - 113 of the 189 
tenth graders took pail in activities, 
including 85 in athletics. 73 in Tine 
arts and 32 in clubs/organizations. 

Juniors - a smaller group, the 
161 students who make up the Class 
of 1992 featured HO extra-curricular 
participants, including 60 in athlet- 
ics. 42 in fine arts and 32 in clubs/ 



class of L81 had 108 involved in 
school-related activities, including 
75 in athletics. 60 in fine arts and 60 
in clubs/organ i/atioas. 

Alger also broke down grade 
point averages for each of the 
Lincoln athletic teams, which pro- 
duced an overall 3.01'g.p.a. (on a 
4.0 scale), including a 3.06 for the 
seven fall sports, a 2.% for the nine 
winter sports and a 3.02 for the 
seven spring sports. 

In addition to the annual recogni- 
tion given to members of the 
National Athletic Honor Society 
(letier-winning seniors with a 3 J or 
belter g.p.a.). a new Lincoln pro- 
gram was instituted this year when 
academic letters were presented for 
ihc first time. The awards, based on 
maintaining at least a 3.7 g.p.a over 
a four-quarter marking period, went 
to: 

Freshmen. - Ryan Browning, 
Carlccn Dec. Danac Dckkcrs, 
Marcn Dyrud, Kelly Gould. 
Angclique Gould, Jon Hendrickson, 



jcremv Hultcen. David Johnson. 
Stunni Jorgenson. April Klinkcr. 
Kan Krankkala. Lydia Morkcn. 
Heather Shafland. Benjamin 
Siotvrg, Heather Thornton and Sara 
Ivk-r. 

Sophomores - Jeremy Anderson. 
Steven Anderson. Tami Bertram, 
Kvlc Ejccncs. John Cunstad. Allen 
Hedccn. Kim Hocfcr. Rebecca 
Jenson, Brcnda Luiovsky, Ingrid 
Morkcn. Karmcn Ortlofl. Alison 
Peterson, Scott Stanina, Sanna 
Torgerson. 

Juniors - Kari DeLap. Lisa 
Dickcn. Linnea Dimich. Lars 
Dyrud, Jocclyn Goldcsbcrry. Jolcnc 
Gonsorowski. Chris Hoglin. Derek 
Howard. Joel Johnson, Jason Kainz, 
Matt Kaushagcn, Allen Mchrkcns, 
Ellen Olson. Scott Panck, John 
Wallbcrg. 

Seniors - Jane Carlson, Darcic 
Caswell. Tim DcBcnedct. Amy 
Erickson. Marcia Erickson, Jennifer 
Fletcher, Brett Gilctte. Niccolc 
Goulct, Heidi Gundcrson. Damn 
Haagcnson, Jennifer Jacobson, 
Patricia Johnsen, Dawn Lambert, 
Charlie Lundgren. Jeff Lutovskv. 
Kim Myers, Heather Olson. Karla 
Ortloff. Blaine Parish. Kris Paulson. - 
Nancy Rhen, Heidi Shafland, Jamie 
thomton, Aimce Tyler, Lora 
Wagner, Sheila Wheeler, Sheila 
Wilkcns. 

G.RA. • Fall Sports . 

■ Girls tennis - 3:34 (freshmen 
3 26. sophomores 3.44, juniors 3.36, 
seniors 333). . 

■ Girls swimming • 3.30 (fresh- 
men 3.06, sophomores 3 .59, juniors 
3.29. seniors 3.26). 

■ Boys cross country - 3.23 
(freshmen 3.5, sophomores 2.83, 
juniors 3.24, seniors 3.37). 

■ Football cheerleaders - 3.03 
(freshmen 2.35, sophomores 3.60. 
juniors 3.01, seniors 3.16). 

■ Girls cross country • 2.94 

Aunes competing in 
Grandma's Marathon 

Lon Aunc, son of Orrin and 
Jackie Aunc, and Kristy Forsbcrg 
Aunc, daughter of Roger and 
Sharon Forsbcrg, will compete in 
Grandma's Marathon Saturday from 
Two Harbors to Duluth. Both arc 
former Lincoln High School and 
University of North Dakota runners. 
They currently live in RoscmounL 



(freshmen 3.h7, sophomores !.(><>. 
junior* '.5. seniors :.%>. 

■ Volleyball - 2.S4 (freshmen 
2.75. sophomores 2 62, juniors 2. 1 «. 
seniors 5.08. 

■ Football - 2.77 (freshmen 2.5, 
sophomores 2.75. juniors 2.K'). 
seniors 2.97). 

G.P.A. - Winter Sports 

■ Hockey - 2.55 (freshmen 1.75. 
sophomores 2.71 . jurtiors 2.48. 
seniors 3.27). 

■ Boys basketball - 2.98 (fresh- 
men 2.63, sophomores 2.H l ». juniors 
3.04, seniors 3.34). 

■ Girls basketball - 3.2(. (fresh- 
men 3.26. sophomores 3.27. juniors 
3.22, seniors 3.28). 

■ Boys swimming • 3.08 (fresh- 
men 3.41, sophomores 2.83. juniors 
3.0. There were no seniors on the 
squad). 

■ Wrestling - 2.84 (freshmen 

1.82. sophomores 2.85, juniors 3.33, 
seniors 3.37). 

■ Girls basketball cheerleaders - 
2.80 (freshmen 3.55. sophomores 
2J3, juniors 1.9. seniors 3.4). 

■ Boys basketball cheerleaders - 
3.36 (freshmen 2.84, juniors 3.58. 
seniors 3.67. There were no sopho- 

- mores on the squad). 

■ Hockey cheerleaders - 3.26 
(freshmen 3.11, sophomores 3.1, 
juniors 3.6. There were no seniors 
on the squad). 

■ Wrestling cheerleaders - 2.51 
(freshmen 2.52, juniors 2.25. seniors 
2.75, There were no sophomores on 
the squad). 

G.P.A. - Spring Sports 

■ Baseball - 2.88 (freshmen 3.18. 
sophomores 2.73, juniors 2.60, 
seniors 3.03). 

■ Boys track - 3.07 (freshmen 
3.22, sophomores 2 .55. juniors 3.29. 
seniors 3.22). 

■ Girls track - 3.41 (freshmen 
3.30, sophomores 3.13, juniors 3.67, 
seniors 3 J 3). 

■ Softball - 2.94 (freshmen 3.24. 
sophomores 2.87, juniors 2.63, 
seniors 3.00). 

■ Boys golf - 2.50 (freshmen 

1.83, sophomores 2.63, juniors 2.84, 
seniors 2.73). 

■ Girls golf - 3.27 (freshmen 
3.00. sophomores 2.93. juniors 3.33. 
seniors 3.81. 

' ■ Boys tennis - 3.08 (freshmen 
3.15, sophomores 3.05, juniors 3.12, 
seniors 3.01).' 



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EGFReds 5 

Thief River Falls completed the 
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victory in the five-inning second 
game. 

Chad Hanson was 3-for-4 and 
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Billy Fogany picked up the win 
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A kidi triathlon and relay 
triathlon have been added to the 
seventh annual Thief River Falli 
PcpiiCola Triathlon, scheduled lor 
Saturday. July 20. 

The triathlon and relay triathlon 
start at 8:30 nan. at Franklin Middle 
School, with the kids triathlon 
planned Tor 10:30 im. 

Both the triathlon and the relay 
triathlon will include a 500-yard 
swim. 12-milc bike ride and 3-mile 
run. The kids triathlon will feature 
a 50-yard swim. 2.4-milc bike and 
1.2-mile run. 

Swimming portion of the compe- 
tition will take place in the Franklin 
pool. The 500 yards covers 20 
lengths of the pool, with swimmers 
starting in waves to avoid conges- 
tion. From the pool, participants 
will ride bicycles on an out-arid- 
back course via Nora and 
Pennington avenues. The run will 
also start and finish at the pool. 

Swimming portion of the kids 
triathlon will be two lengths of the 
pool. The bike ride will involved 
two laps on Spruce Street, Gulf 
Street and Edgewood Drive. The 
run will involved one lop of the 



Anc* rule this >ear will require 
a hard shell bike or hoUej helmet 
lor all bikers. 

Sponsors include the PcpsiCola 
Bottling Co.. Hugo* and the Nil* 
Clinic division of Dakota Clime 
Lid. in Thief Rncr Fall*. 

Official race shirts will he given 
to all finishers. Trophies will be 
awarded to the first place male and 
female finishers in different age cat- 
Refreshments will be provided at 
the finish. Results, with split Utnci, 
will be mailed to all finishers. 

Those interested in participating 
are encouraged to sign up early 
since entries will be limned and 
there will be no registration allowed 
the morning of the race, 

Entry forms are available at the 
Falls Clinic and the Franklin pool. 
Entries can able be obtained by 
writing Dr. Jim Langland, Falls 
Clinic div. of DakoP Clinic Ltd., 
120 LaBrcc Avenue South. Thief 
River Falls. MN 56701. 

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S18 for each relay team and S5 for 
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Fiotd 4; Rainbow Nursery vs. Miah-A-Rots, 
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Uiddlo Rtvor M3M vs. Logton/Sathor Law. 
Ftold 3: Boat Western Inn vs. Ptirn Hul. 
FwkJ 4; Best Woaiom Inn FUdgerunnora vs. 
Mush-A-Roa. Fast Rich Hold. 



Red Lake Falls stopped the Thief 
River Falls Bombers 6-2 in ihc 
opener, but the visitors came back to 
win the nightcap 12-7 Wednesday in 
a Ninth District Tier II American 
Legion baseball doubleheadcr split. 

*We didn't ploy well." said Thief 
River Falls coach Wayne Rahlf after 
the conference-counting first-gome 
loss. The second gome was a five- 
inning nonconfcrcncc affair featur- 
ing mostly Bombers reserves. "Our 
second unit played well," noted 
Rahlf. "Our depth is starting to 
come around." >• 

Red Lake Falls 6 

TRF Bombers 2 

Red Lake Falls pitcher Harry 
Hosellon scattered four hits, striking 
out nine, in a 6-2 doubleheadcr- 
opening win over the Bombers. 

Nine base hits helped compensate 
for eight Red Lake Falls errors. 

Rick Ostby went the distance on 
the mound for the Bombers, striking 
out five and walking two. 



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Wade Evcnson, Jason Olson and 
Trevor Haugcn had two hits apiece 
as Thief River Falls rebounded with 
a 12-7 Game 2 victory. 

Shane Borg had a compcte-game 
effort for the winners, striking out 
three and walking one while giving 
up 10 hits. 

Thief River Falls snapped a 2-2 
tic with a 10-run fourth inning. The 
long inning continued when Red 
Lake Falls answered with four runs 
in the bottom of the inning. 

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Trap League 



Monday Htll miri \i< lirul u.ec» 
ol the Pint Half uravm iJxxitinK for 
the 1VJ1 Thiol Ruer I-4II1 Trap 
League, with the l«p lite team* in 
the point vundin^ c jminn *[*>« in 
the poM-wjton tity irumpionship 
%ho.H. wriere thej will he joined by 
Ihc Second itilf 4uaJificn. 

Twenty-five uraiRht scores 
turned in during June :7 footing 
included Howard Thorson and 
Dennii Zulowiki, Northern Slate 
Bank; Loyd Mclhy. Triple J Tup 
Co.; and Pal Fitcher. Thyrcn Auto 
Sales. 



Tnplo J Trap Co 5 

SjoborB'i CaWo TV 5 

N arwrud Cloanora 5 

St Hiiam Etovatot 5 

Nontiorn State Bank 4 

Eagle 4 

Bndgoman't . . . 4 

Woodmen Coniffucton 3 

PiiraHui 3 

Northland Foodi 3 

Bruco Pharmacy . . 3 

Thy ron Auto Sato r 3 

Bauo Iniuranc* . .... 2 

LociAoad Hunting Club 2 

Tony Dornlnc 2' 



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lotal) Duano Holland !0*3-Z3 Howard 
Thorion ZSO-25. Tom GiodIU 22-0 22. 
Oonnia ZulonriW 2S&2S. Jofm Zak 22-4-24. 

• Plna Hul • Run Bolivian 23-0-23. 
Oae*y Ftscho* 23 2 24. Cory Tnoraon 24S- 
24. Tony Konidwen 1S-0-24. Kevin Erlckion 
17-«-23 

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• Thyron Awo Sabi ■ Pam Johnjon 23-1 ■ 
24: Sroco OcWien 10-5-24. Iko ElUngion 24- 
024. Pal RKhot 25-C-25. B«b BoOoion 19- 
3-22. 



Sfobarg ■ CaMa TV 117, 
Mo rm land Food a M 

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23 

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Otton 23 3 24 i,!*v« Dankwi 144 IS 
Woodrmn Conatrucilon 113. 

Tony Ooma Inc. 1 03 

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S 24 Al Oougfuon 22 2 24 

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Deb Giauqua 23 3 24, EVucs Kollw 13 0-10 
Mjwyjormon210 21, Don Wahtoot* 21-1- 
22 

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Lock ft Load Hunting Club 112 ' 

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23 2 24. Jod rMalaon 20 7-24. Hanoy Jorti 
20 4 24. Kurl Nation 22-3 24. R.Ck Horian 
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Hav«i24 2 24 P«« Tn 240 24 

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23. Slava Nartarud 23 3 24. MUCtl 
Qomoman 22 2 24 Ron Undbaig 20 3 23 
Union VUuk 24 O 21 
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■ O'ldgaman't - Jim Carlton 10 3 22. 
Slava Boa 19 S 24. Jail Boa 19-2 21. Al 
Kucfc 17 8 24. 0J W^nrnan 33-5-24 

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324 Mark Maoon 24*24. Gary Lane »4- 
24. Oaorga Hanailad 16-2-18. Ftogar 
Mem»i23 3 24 



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Tm Numodahl 10 2 21. Boo Wold 16-2 20. 
Slova Atjy 10 ft24. Ron Hanton 21-1-22. 



TRF Lobos, EGF split 



Thief Kiicr Fulls Lobos and Ease 
Grand Forks Optimists split a pair 
of onC'Hjn games Tuesday in n Babe 
Ruth Prep baseball doubleheadcr Tor 
13-ycarolds ul East Grand Forks. 

The Lobos won the opener 12-11, 
but the Optimists took the second 
game 10-9. 

Thief River Falls. 5-1-1 for the 
year, will visit Worroad Thursday 
for a 10 a.m. doubleheadcr. 

TRF LobOS 12 

EGF Optimists 11 

Thief River Falls built an 8-2 lead 
through 3 1/2 innings, then held off 
East Grand Forks for a 12-11 firsl- 



game victory- 

Chonc Kcefe, Ryan Swanson and 
Paul Kopari had two hits apiece, 
with Kcefe driving in a pair of runs. 
Swanson was the winning pitcher in 
relief of Kcefe. who went the first 4 
1/3 innings. 



EGF Optimists 

TRF Lobos 



Despite a 12-5 base hit edge, the 
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June 21, 1991 



Northland Community College softball... 

Pioneers program improves 



There is still a long ways to go, 
admitted Northland Community 
College fast pitch softball coach Sue 
Darnd, but nevertheless, the 
Pioneers did show some improve- 
ment as they went from a 1 -9 record 
in 1990to6-16in 1991. 

"It was about what I had expect* 
ed," acknowledged Bamd. "We're 
improving. The gap is getting 
smaller." 

Offensively, freshmen Kara 
Anderson (Marshall County 
Central). Heidi Billbcrg (Warroori) 
und Shirley Wilcbski (Lancaster) 
led the Pioneers this spring with 
.459, .441 and .400 batting aver- 
ages, respectively. 

Irene Gamble, a freshman from 
Hillsdale. MI. handled nearly all of 
the Northland pitching this year, 
giving the Pioneers a pitcher with a 
fast pitch softball background - 
something missing in area products 
because of the lack of fast pitch pro- 
prams in Minnesota high schools. 
But Northland had major problems 
throughout the year on defense. 

"It's always a building process for 
us because or the few high school 
fast pitch teams," pointed out Bamd. 
"I think the kids enjoy the excite- 



ment of fail pitch so (l ball, but the 
key to our improvement is the 
development of the high school prp- 

1991 NCC Softball Leaden 

■ Batting average • Kara 
Anderson. .459: Heidi Billbcrg. 
.441; Shirley Wilcbski. .400. 

■ Runs scored - Stacy Mosher, 
17; Kara Anderson. 15; Shirley 
Wilebski. 14. 

■ Hits - Shirley Wilcbski. 16; 
Shcryl Wilcbski. 16; Irene Gamble, 
16. 

■ Doubles - Stacy Mosher, 5; 
Heidi Billbcrg. 4; Kara Anderson, 3. 

■ Triples • Alice Dunning, 4; 
Kara Anderson, 2; Shcryl Wilcbski. 
2; Shirley Wilcbski. 1; Tammy 
Albcrg, I. 

■ Home runs - Shcryl Wilcbski, 
2; Alice Dunning, 2. 

■ RBI - Shcryl Wilebski. 13; 
Stacy Mosher, 10; Kara Anderson, 
9; Heidi Billbcrg. 9. 

■ Sacrifices - Kara Anderson, 2; 
Tammy Albcrg, 2. 

■ Strike-outs - Alice Dunning, 
16; Tammy Alberg, 9; Kara 
Anderson, 8. 

■ Walks • Kara Anderson, 13; 



Shirley Wilcbski. 8; Missy 
Rantancn, 8. 

■ Stolen bases • Kara Anderson. 
10; Stacy Mosher, 10; Susie 
Bengtson. 7. 

■ Fielding pcrceniape - Tommy 
Alberg. .774; Michelle Fletcher. 
.733; Alice Dunning. .723. 

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— I Men's Softball I 

RssuttS 
Tuesday, Jur* -a • scores not reported. 
Thursday, Jim* 20 - games postponed. 
Met woathor, lo Monday, Jura 24. 

Monday, Juna 2* - (0:20 p.m.) 

Carquost Auto Parti vs. Evangollcal Fro* 
Cnurch. Flold 1 ; Amoco 24 v». Molvlo 
Trucking. Field 2: Buscfi vs. Pepsi, Ftpld 3; 
American Legion vs. Pliia Hut, Flo Id 4; 
Nonhwost Eyo Clinic vs. Stone'a Mobile 
Radio. FkikJ 5; St. HILtlro Bears vs. Rusty 
Nail. Field 6. (7:30 parti American Loglon 
-. Evangollcal Froo Chinch, Flsld 1; 



vs. Ptoa Hut. Field 4: Stones Mobile Radio 
vs. Rusty Nad. Fwtd 5: 51. Klbttro Boars vs. 
Northwest Eyo CInlc. FJotd 8. 

Tuesday. Juna 29 • (030 pjn.) Oslo 
Conax vs. Noflhwosl Medical Canlar, Flold 
1; Loniorn vs. Evangollcal Froo Church, 
Field 2: Rick's Appllanco vs. Hoglo 
Trucking, Flok) 3: Nlcho OS vs. Knights of 
Columbus. Field 4; Hlghtandlng vs. Boil 
Western Inn. Fast Pitch Field. (730 pjn.1 
Northwest Modteal ConMrvs. Lanlom, Field 
1 : Nlcho 09 vs. Bosi Wostom Inn, Flow 2: 
nick's Appliance vs. Knights of Columbos, 
Flold 3: Hoglo Trucking vs. Oslo Conex, 
Field 4: HJgnlandlng vs. Evangelical Froo 
Church, Fast Pitch Field. (8:40 p.m.) 
H^hlamSng vs. Flick's Appliance. Fast Pilch 
Field. 

Thursday, Juna 27 - (SOO run.) Rusty 
Nail vs. Bush. Field 1; Plua Hut vs. Amoco 
24. Field 2; SL Hudra Beam vs. Pepsi, Field 
3: Btono'e Mobee Ratio ys. Legion, Field 4: 
-Northwost Ey« Clinic VS. MoMe Trucking. 
Flold 5; Evangelical Free Church vs. 
Carquosi Auto Parts, Field S. (7:30 pjn.) 
Rusty Nail vs. Logbn. Field 1; Plzn Hut vs. 
Pepsi. Field 2: St. Httatro Boars vs. Busch. 
Field 3: SttrWo Mobile Rado vs. Amoco 24. 
Flold 4; Northwest Eyo Clinic 
" ■ - - 1). Field " " 



Mudhens. Ga mecocks... 

TRF 13-year-olds split 
Babe Ruth ball games 



A Wednesday night match-up of 
Thief River Falls Babe Ruth Prep 
baseball teams at Irv Wilson Field 
produced a doublcheadcr split for 
the 13-year-olds as the Gamecocks 
won the opener 4-3 while the 
Mudhens, took the nightcap 14-3. 

Results left the Mudhens, 
coached by Corey Poole, at 5-1 for 
the year, while the Gamecocks, 
coached by Chris Nelson, went to 3- 
2. 



TRF Mudhens 

TRF Gamecocks... 



...14 
3 



The Mudhens returns lo action 
Monday with a 10 ajn. doublchead- 
cr against Crookston at Northland 

Community College. The TRFMuanom 

Gamecocks will wait until Tuesday TRF Gnmocoda. 
to host Roseau in an 1 1 a.m. twinbiu 
at Irv Wilson Field. 



Adam Fulton, Billy Fogarty, 
Aaron Ehrenstrom and Keith 
Anderson all had two hits, with 
Fulton driving in three runs, as the 
Mudhens came back for a 14-3 four- 
inning second-game victory over the 
Gamecocks. 

Brian CIcven was the winning 
pitcher. 



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TRF Gamecocks... 
TRF Mudhens 



4 

3 



The Gamecocks scored twice in 
the bottom of the fifth inning to 
overtake the Mudhens 4-3 in a six- 
inning doublcheadcr opener. 

Robbie Slock was the winning 
pitcher. Aaron Ehrenstrom, who 
was 2-for-3 at the plate, took the 



— I Area Sports I 

Clearbrook Softball 

Annual Clearbrook Summcrfesl 
Invitational slow pitch softball tour- 
naments will be held Saturday and 
Sunday, June 29 and 30. 

Twelve-team women's portion of 
the tournament will be played 
Saturday.' The 24-tenm mens tour- 
nament will be played Saturday and 
Sunday. 

Entry fee is $75 for tho women's 
tournament and $85 for the men's . 
tournament, with each team also 
reouired to supply one red-stitched 
' softball. 

Entry fees should be sent to tho 
Clearbrook Sports Boosters, Box 
46. Clearbrook, MN 56634 before 
June 26. For additional information 
contact Mike Gibeau at 776-3805 or 
776-3811 

Stephen Sizzler 

Annual Stephen Sizzler S-mile 
race and 1.3-mile fun run will be 
held Saturday, July 13, beginning at 
9 a.m. 

If received before July 10, entry 
fee for the five-mile run is $8 ifyou 
would like a race t-shin, or $3 with- 
out the shirt. If received before July 
10, entry fee for the 1.3-mile fun 
run is S7 if you would like a nice t- 
shin, or 52 without the shin. Entry 
Tecs increase $2 in each category u 
received after July 10. 

Prizes and awards will be pre- 
sented to first, second and third 
place finishers in a variety of age 
categories. 

Race numbers, t-shirts and other 
instructions should be picked up at 
registration the morning of the race 
at the railroad park in Stephen 
beginning at 8 ojti. 

Entry Blanks and additional infor- 
mation ore available by sending a 
self-addressed, stamped envelope to 
Stephen Sizzler, Al Anton, Box 333. 
Stephen, MN 56757; or call 478- 
2579. 



Lobes, EGF split 

(Continued from Page 1 1) 
Lobos lost Game 2 by a 10-9 mar- 
gin. 

Paul Gonsorowski nnd Chanc 
Keefe were both 3-for-4, while 
Ryan Swanson and Chris Efut both 
had two hits for the Lobos. 

Jeremy Swanson, who succeeded 
Efla and Gonsorowski on the 
mound, was the losing pitcher. 

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Bemidji VFW tips 
Bombers 9-7, 5-3 



Sending Out 
Flyers?? 

For Mora Information 

CALL: 681-4450 



Bemidji swept the Thicr River 
Falls Bombers 9-7, 5-3 Thursday in 
a VFW baseball doublcheadcr for 
1 6-year-olds at Irv Wilson Field. 

It was the first District 9 VFW 
outing of the year for the Wayne 
Rahlf-coachcd Bombers, who also 
play a Ninth District American 
Legion Tier II schedule. 

Thief River Falls, 12-4 overall, 
hosts Mahnomen tonight (Friday) in 
a 6 p.m. Legion twinbill at Irv 
Wilson Field and will take part in 
the Karlstad Invitational Legion 
tournament this weekend, meeting 
Fertile at 12-noon Saturday in the 
first round of the four-team, round- 
robin event. Host Karlstad meets 
Warroad in the 10 a.m. tournament 
opener. 

The Bombers come back with a 
VFW doubleheadcr vs. Moorhcad 
Monday at 5:30 p.m. 

Bemidji VFW 9 

TRF Bombers 7 

Seven Thief River Falls errors 
erased the Bombers' edge in the 
base hit department as Bemidji wan 
the doubleheadcr opener 9-7. 

Marc Haugen was 3-for-4 at the 

filatc for the Bombers, who scored 
our times in the bottom of the 
fourth inning to take a brief 5-4 
lead. A pinch-hit sacrifice fly by 
Nathan Knutson tied the game and a 
pinch-hit RBI double by Josh 
Balmer put Thief River Falls on top. 
But Bemidji came right bock with 
a three-run fifth and led the rest of 
the way as Thief River Falls left 



J 

runners at second and third in the 
bottom of the seventh 

Jeremy Olson was the Bombers' 
starting pitcher, giving way to 
Carter Rognlla in the fifth, they 
struck out four and walked five. 

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Bemidji VFW 

TRF Bombers... 



Nearly all or the Bemidji damage 
was done in the first two innings as 
the visitors netted a 5-3 second- 
game win and a twinbill sweep. 

All five runs, five of the seven 
Bemidji hits and both walks issued 
by Thief River Falls pitcher Jeremy 
Tnllum came in the first two 
innings. 

Thief River Falls mustered just 
three hits, which included a 2-for-2 
game by Robert Nelson. 

After pulling within 5-3 in the 
fifth on a pair of walks and on error, 
Thicr River Falls still had a second 
and third situation with no outs, but 
a mix-up on a safety squeeze bunt 
cbst'lhc Bombers a run at the plate, 
and moments later a line drive to 
third produced an inning-ending 
double play. 



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Friday, June 21, 1991 



The Classifieds 



Rummage Sales 

RUUMAOE BALE- C02 M. Stato, 
Saturday. Juna 22. 8-8:30. Kids' end 
Boute' clothing. Weber gnu. fooMbaJI 
table, blket, toys, toveisai. porch 
ralngi, OM hnch. CB radio. ICOp 



Livestock 



OARAGE BALE> Clothing, men's largo 
and womon's mad., much misc. Wed. 
and Thurs.. June 26-27 Iro.n 6-430, Lot 
03. Nonrwntttom Traier Ct tCQp 



3-PARTV RUMMAGE tale- Juno 27 t 
ZB, 7 a.nt at hall In Holt. MN. Child/en's 
and adult dothing, lots ol good mlic. 
Hem i, wrought Iran poles and ralingi. 



((•PARTY RUUUACE sale- Sal. Juno 
22. 8:30-12:00, Warren lalrorounda. Lots 
ol children's, adults', and in atom I ty 
do the i. housohold Items, toys, many 
now tomi, biggest and nicest solo you'll 
End. 743-6073. 1t50p 



HORSE SALE 

SUN., JUNE 30 

Starting At Noon 

rtawAUMdTack 

Good Market For Broka 

and Unbrokt Pond* 

Conslgnmanta Walconw 

MAHNOMEN 

LIVESTOCK SALES 



MOVING SALE- Anltquo piano, dated 
1888 In very good condttton; also Ooop 
frooio, burtoL woodstovo. drosser and 
cabinet, all prlcod to wit. Call Jack. 681- 
6676. MOp 



VEAHUhK) POLLED Horoterd butts. taU 
growthy, easy calving, bull from Al sire 
and our Knight Ryder son's, reasonably 

Brtcod, will doBver. Verdant Vaaoy Farms, 
owloldon. 074-0016 or 074-3742. 

FP4B4p 



RUUMAOE SALE- 803 South Crocker 
Avo„ 8:00-3:00, Saturday, Juno 22. 
Toys, baby cfothoa, boy's cnthos, men's 
drots shirts, womon's ciothos, wood 
furnace, wooden fumrturo, many odds 
and ends. ttSOp 



OROUP RUMMAGE aalo- Saturday, 
Juno 20th, dothing and numerous mtsc. 
fcomt, 824 M. Main. 2S1p 



FOR SALE 

Holsteta/Holstdn Cross Feeder 
Calves (400 lbs. and up) Holsteln 

Bull: Tested Boar Piss Of 
Serviceable Age (Good Selection) 
681-4028 



OARAOE SALE- Friday, Saturday, June 
28-20, S to 4, rumlturo, doihos, gift 
boy's adult's, blko, toys, fabric, 
housohold misc., 404 Kondall Ave. 
South, itSOp 






FOR SALE- Good qualty hog t, been 
to i tod and havo shots. 4-way cross brad 

lEts, 200 to. boars and 40 b. foodore. 

;o II 6B7-M24 ovonlngs. Sarahvlow 
Farm, Ertklne, MN, F2C2p 



RUUMAOE SALE- SaL, June 22. 0O0 to 
4ffl), 324 South Stoto Avo„ dothea of all 
■lies In oxcetent condbon, lots of misc. 
2tS0p 



GROUP RUMMAGE SALE- Friday and 
Saturday, Juno 21-22, at 1205 E. TaflSt. 
(1 block north of highway #50), B a.m. to 
8 pm., girTa and bo/a toon dothing, 
adulTs dothing, housohold, 2 trombonos, 
and misc. toms. 2t50p 



FOR SALE- Hotstoln/Holttoln cross 
toodor calvos (400 lbs. and up) Holstoin 
bur, tostod boor pigs of sorviosabb ago 
(good soloction). 681-4020. F3tS4o 



Campers 



RUUMAOE SALE- Juno 20, 8-6. mon's, 
womon's and chlldron's dothing, car 
soat, biko, doctrio ttovo and miso. ttoms. 
1/4 mlos south of Galaxy Twin on Uwy. 
S9. 1t50p ' . 



RUUMAOE SALE- SaL, Juno 22, 0-6, 
good dothing, mon'a, women's, toons, 
young mon's, draportoi, rods, swimming 
pool pump and suppBos, misc. 2 mlos 
oast on Highway ono, past coBogo, right 
(south) sleoolnhjhvrayatjuncaon with 
•Range lino road* (Co. Road 20), ItSOp 

S-PARTY RUUMAOE and country crafts 
salo at tho CM Dnhlo farm I mUo north of 
Holt, Juno 27 and 28. Lots of good doth- 
ing from bitants to adults, oxordso blko, 
-- • • - -- llotso) misc. lots 



FOR SALE- 1075 BDomdo motorhoma, 
23", 351 Chov. ongino, now furnaco, port- 
ablo gonorator, sloops six, air 
condttonlng, $8,000.00, 458-3430. 3S0p 

FOR SALE- 1073 20-ft Taurus campor, 
vary good condition, 93,000.00, 204- 
6361. 1t50p 

FOR SALE- 1071 24-lt. Dodgo 
motorhoma, $3,000.00 or ollor; 28-ft. 
trlplo axlo flatbod fllth-whool trallor, 
5000.00; 1065 Bulck convorlble: Brown- 
ing 12-guago pump. $176.00, 465-4260. 



I .sa-, 



couch, ladios 10-spood. lots of misc. lots 
ol gins dothing, 10-12, smaBgHa bike, 
— and much mom. starts at 7.un. 



FOR SALE- 0-lL pickup campor, In good 
condition; 1073 Honda 350 motorcycle, 
4,300 miles, 745-6550, 4tSOp a 

FOR SALE- 1077 21' Vega campor, fully- 
contalnod, doublo axlo, sloops 8, call 
aftor 5 p.m„ 218-478-3510, Stophon, 
MN. F2tS0p 



RUUMAOE SALE- 237 North Markloy. 
Sat, Juno 22. coDoctlbloi, chlioron'B and 
ndult'i clothing, aomo furnlturo and 
loadod glass window, Iota ol misc. 2t50p 

YARD SALE - Juno 20, 707 Horaco 
' Ave. H. Womon's slzo 12 dothing, girts 
alio 8, Jr*!. 3-7. Mlscollonoous. Can- 
colDd It raining. 2t51o 

Lawn & Garden 



Wanted To Buy 

WANT TO BUY- 16 to 17-tL straight 
tiondor for G Glonnor combine, 064- 
5414. 2t50p 



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REPAIR NEEDS 

Chain Saws - Snowmobiles 

Snow Blowora - Oulboarda 

Inboard* & I.O. Drlvos - All Small 

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WANT TO BUY- Aluminum canoo, 16' to 
17* In good condition, call 681-1566. 

4t50p ; 

WOULD UKE To Buy- Round oak tabk) 
and chair*, condition not ImportanL Wo 
can roKnlsh. Also old wooden highchaJr, 
001-6S70 aftor 10 a.m. or loavo 
mossago. F2t50p . 

1,600 



BUYING SCRAP IRON, car bodot/larm 
machlnory, (too plciiup/sorvlco, 201-881- 
6833. F5t52p 



Hay, Feed, Seed 



SOWoit, TRF. 11500 



FOR SALE- 6-packa, 60 cents oodi at 
'Belly's Ptonti, 1001 Tlndolph Avo. So., 

IThlofRhror Falls, 1t50p 




HAY- 100,1 crop alfalfa, stock mover, set 
up with Bonoa round bale loader: 45' Mol- 
roo harrow. Rod Loka Falls, 253-2861 or 
253-2284. F3S0p ' 



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Hot or pardon tractor Bxod right at RV 
Sports. Wo stock all popular parts for 
most major brand*. RV Sport*, 681- 
1007, Hwy. 1 sT 60 Wost, TRF. 1t50o 



FOR SALE- Big balos of dairy and boo I 
quality oJtalta hay. can doivor, can 465- 
4405 aftor p.m, NM4-1 Do 

Lost And Found 

LOST- Small black female cat, north 
Markloy area. 642-01. chid* pot, 681- 
7661 or 681-4357. 2t51p 

LOST: Slazongor tonnl* racquot. 
'Phantom 05*. turquolso color, lost Wed., 
June 12. Pennington Ave. Thiol River 
Fall* ana. Reward ollorod, call 681- 
482Z2t50f 

LOST DM TRF- Man's wedding ring, in to 
box, gold with diamonds across tho 
band. CaB 601-6054. after 6 pjn. If no 
answer, pfooso leave h at the Law Enfor- 
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Friday, June 21, 1991 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Autos, Trailers 



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Q***** AUTOSALES 

jEfinv on SCOTT HiCKERSON 

C f"68V7Q93l 



iMT-CEUBWTY WACOM 



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iMT-BUCK Somerset. :t> 



l*ae-TOTOTAX-CAB41t4 



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lOaj-CAVAUER. 4-0r . 43,000 M 



1MI-OLD3. DELTA U, 4-Dr. 



FOR SALE- tWO Dodge truck ** box 
nd hatl. 41 ifi- pan auger wOi engme. 
and 300 gallon fuol tank. Phone 
emnng*. 222-3546 Middo Fever. F2tS0p 
FOB SALE- 1977 a** Regal, excelenl 



FOR SALE- 8*16 udrty trailer. * bed, 
could haul 4 snowmobiot, vary sharp 
looking; arto 45' Undtoy hyoraule drag: 
JO. 2? tandem dlk. call 437-8394. 

2tttp 

FOR SALE- 1985 Pondac Grand Prix, tul- 
*/ bated, nice shape tntido end out. 

$4.705 00. 681-7526. ZlSIp 

FOR SALE- 1966 Tempo GL, 61,000. 
cruiso. «. 13,200 or best oftof. cell 463- 
3065. ISOp 



1961 BUCK Regal Limited, 2-door. V-8, 

Socd condttcn, can altor S. 222-3605. 
i50p 

1939 AEHOSTAR 7-pasiengor. woll 
' equ*wod. 28,000 mios. 6*0 warranty. 
681-6166 or Ron's Auio. 681-3002. 
4tS0p 

FOR SALE- 1964 Plymouth 2-door 
hardtop, 318. push button drive, body 
very sold, dark blue, write pin stripes, kv 
umor ail rodono except Boor mat Drives 
' and run* wol. S1.500.00Vobo, celt after 
600 evening*. 874-6122. 2ISIp 

FOR SALE- Rod. 1 977 Monte Carlo, 350. 
ax. ML auto, very doan InskJo and out. 
51,500.00. 253-4297. 2t5Ip 



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STARTING AT ONLY 

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See u» for details. 



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NORTHERN 
MOTORS, INC. 

Hwy. 1& 59 T.R.F. 681-4820 



FOR SALE- 1987 Chevrolet Nova, 4- 
door, *CT(nder, 5-tpood. ttoroo tapo, 
now tirot, 74.000 mlloi, oxcelloni 
condition. DLR 631-0890 or 681-6111. 

ItSOp 

1967 FORD Convwtiblo Galaxy XL, fac- 
tory buckoti and consoto 209, $3,800/ 
odor, 681-6530. 1t50p 



Autos, Trailers 

1171 FORD F-tSO rAit 8 ft camper. 
Super 17 Utiuy ayr*ne. 1878 Suzuki 
motor b*e. 0644605 tCCp 

FOR SALE- 1990 Ford F-150 4i4. black, 
Incluoei vtior, cob tpoaler. aluminum 
*neeii. boi Iner. m»s. elect x bcks 
and windowt. av condtorung. onJae, 
mutt tee to appreciate Can 436-3189 
eveii ngi lOOp 

FOR SALE- 1973 Qua* LeSabn. as*. 
lent conrAbon. For WormaBon can 6S1- 
B5J2. F2t50p 

FOR SALE- 1952 Ford ihon-boa pickup. 
good body. Ocdd protect » rod or re (tore, 
150000. 1947 Chevy 2-ctoor. (25000:4 
B50i165 radial Urea on iteel 8 hole 
wheoli. MOO 00, 203 nnaler ca*a from 
3/4-ton Chevy; 250 KawataM on-otl rood 
bike. J25O0O. cal 681-8204 or 681- 

3443, kaevo meengt. ICOp 

1908 S-1Q Baler 4x4. V-8. 28L. Tahoe 
package, loaded. (5.600.00. 681-2663. 



FOR SALE- 1965 Niiian 4x4. 35.000 
miei. now tiros. exoeBent condrtlon. call 
782-2545. ISOp 

FOR SALE- 1970 Lincoln Continonbi, 
mint condrtton intkto end out, all original, 
now exfiautt fydom and new rubber, 

(1.99500. 681-7526. 2ffltp 

1983 Ford Ranger, 4- 
eed. good I - " 
1-7521. 2t50p 

FOR SALE- 1985 4-door Mercury 
Marauii, 2-tono fan. 68.000 miktogo, call 
2 16-674-42 1 2. 4153c 

FOR SALE- 1982 CuBa»« Supremo, 
dic-tol. p. i.. p.b., air, cmito. UL 27 m.p.g., 
atklng $1,700.00 or belt oltor. phone 

608^224. F350p 

FOR SALE- IB82 Ford Eicon 4-ipood. 
good condition, oxcallont mlloooo, 
(600.0(yobo, 681-2927. ItSOp 

1085 CHEV. tandom truck. 348 engine, 
loriot 60. tag axlo. 16-R, Knapheldo steel 
box, 8.25120 tiros, $4,600. 218-843- 
2773. call ovoninfli ptooio. F2t50p 

FOR SALE- I960 Pontlac 6000 LE. 4- 
door. V-8, air, cruiio, tilt, storoo tapo, 
powor kxkj, 55,000 Wghway m*n, ox- 
ctHlont condfion, below book. DLR, 681- 

8B90 or 681-8111. »50p 

1974 FORD 2-ton hoavy-duty 900x20 
tiros, olmott now 15-tl stool box and 
hoist, hydraulics lor grain fills. D.O.T. In- 
ipoctod 1900, 218-437-8197. 2S1p 

FOR SALE- 1978 Ford 3/4-ion truck. 400 
cu. inch onglno, automatic tranimisilon, 
2 wheoler. $1,800. 218-631-5342. 2t50p 



Autos, Trailers 

FOR SALE- 1077 Dodge Convenlon 
mail van, 40.800 mkes. 2nd owner. 4 
captans chan. lokjctown couch, sink, 
cooler, a*, rear hoat Ike new. 218-661- 
7C16 P4ft3p 

FOR SALE- 1906 Pfrmoutfi Fury III. »1B 
F3ig Okjck). 1971 end 1074. Ski Doo 
snowmobao, Lot 84, Riverviow Traier 

Court. TRf. 2t50p 

FOR SALE- 1081 Bun* Century station 
wagon 65 000 actual mJes. 681-1757. 

F2tf0p . 

1013 CHEV. S-10. 4i4. V-6. 4-speed. 
AMfM. 100000 miot. $2.650 OOVonor, 

681-6530. ItSOp 

FOR SALE- 1984 Chevy S-10. oxtendod 
cab. 4i4, loaded, lots ol eitras, must see, 
make reasonable ofior. call B74-6842. 



Help Wanted 



Help Wanted 



FOR SALE- F-14 Intomabonal, vahros 
ground, now rings and point job. 222- 

3564. F2t50p 

FOR SALE- 1970 Beriinetta. 97,000 
miles, body needs work, cat 681-7243 
ovenings. 415 1c 

ARIZONA CAB3 
1 969 Otds.68, 4-door. V-6, anlllock 
brakes and nir bag. was leased to All 
Sou Ins; 1080 Ford Aorostar. V-«; 1987 
Chrysler 5th Ave.. V-8. 4-door. white. 
38 400 milos, loadod 1087 Ford Taurus, 
4-door, V-8, 38.000 mltos: Trado-lni: 
19B4 OMC Conversion van. sharp. 
diotol; Gone'* Machines. Erskine. Mn, 
S87-5226. homo 687-4455. ItSOp 
BLEUI3HED BATTER1E3. iavo with 
over 5-yoar warranty starting at only 
$3000. Altra Powor Battery Co.. G81- 
B425. TRF. 9700 

FOR SALE - Usodcars and pickups, also 
replacement parts and used aula parts 
from 1950 and up. DoWayno's Auto 
Parts. 8 mBos west ol Strandqulit. MN 
218-478-3638 a.m.-8 p.m. Mon, Tuos, 
and Wed.; also toeatod 4 milos watt ol 
11. 210-463-3773. " 
n.-SatNM11-2tic 



POSlTtOM OPEN pan sme kx on LPN In RH POSITIOH open part *mo at along- 
a bng lerm hoillh care laa»r». Position torrn healih caro lachty. Work *&< °y*' 
includes wotking rotalinB ihllU. and incudes rotating shfls and "•'V, 01 ™; 
o»ry o9»r wooknnd, II Intoroiled con- wcokond. II mtnrattod contact Hrtereii 
tad ktat.it Numng Homo 31 1 Droad- Nuf Hng Homo. 311 *<**«% *» - ™* 
way Ave Bo< 459 Red Lake FalH. MN 450, Rod Lake Falls, MN 56750. 201- 

567W ?fl1-4CB2 EOE. 7t50c 4682. EOE. 7t50c 

LOOKINO FOR ambitious tale i potion to NORTHERN PRIDE, INC Is occopting op- 

_ i..i_. c. r .n.ni nBcaBonslor (ull-tmoandon-caHproauc- 

Bon posibont. Apply at: Northern Prido 
Inc. Nora and F-onnington. Th-il Rivor 
Falls. MN. An Equal Opportuniiy 
Employor. 42t07c 

Sporting Goods 

FOR SALE- 21- Glaitron, to. good Loko 
of tho Woods bonl. 216-478-3584. 

F4t52c 

FOR SALE- 1968 Evinrudo 18-h p.. short 
shod; 1972 SuiuW OT 360 motorcydo; 
two oloctrto trolling motors: ol Boms Jt 
good condition. caB attor 5 p.m.. 964- 

5467. F2152p 

FOR SALE- Duck boot, 14-fl ruumlnum 
V-huIl wloi Iroilor and bDnd. Phono 681- 
5779. 2151P 



NEED- Part time babysittor to come into 
our home, o.pononeo neodod. Cal 681- 

4084. ICOp . 

WORK WANTED- Cement docks, 
garages, sheotrock. cal Hawk BuJdors, 

964-5483. ItSOp 

HELP WANTED- Driver dolivory person. 
apply at 422 N. Atlantic, Glois Solos Co. 

48flc 

WANTED- Exporioncod mochanlc to 
work on 0-8 caterpillar. Alio. (uB-ilio cor. 

midlBBO-s. 7B2-Z61B. ItSOp 

POSITION AVAILABLE- Tho Nonhwott , 

Regional Inlordittrict Council (NW RIC) pADDLE BOATS- 3-soaiors. 5-«ontori, 
hat a vacancy lor a tuMmo Early ChJd- qo,,,,-, Marino, Mentor, MN 218-637- 
hood Spodal Education (ECSE) Kachor 2050 Hm i t 6-24o ^^_^_ 
to servo the Kormody, HaBock and Lon- 



Mutt bo lully quaflliod as on 
ECSE toachor. Intoroiled oppllconta 
should sent resume, credentials and 
troniaipts to Nick Smlola. NW RIC. P.O. 
Boi 57. NowfokJon. MN 56738. 4150c 



HELP WANTED 

EXPERIENCED HAIRSTYLIST 

ApprylnPsraonAt 

STUDIO 213 

213 NORTH LABREE 

THIEF RJVEfl FALLS, MN 



FOR SALE- 1960 K-10 4-whool drlvo 
Chov., racial tiros, now paint, running 
boards, 350, a.t., p.b.. p.s.. good 
condition: alio Manors soil compottor, 
phono 218-449-4425. F2tS2p 



1979 PORSCHE 924. 63.000 milos. 
Ariiona. ruit (roo. M.200.0*" 
6530. ItSOp 




good lor camping, J4SO.60. cair nltor 

4CTp.m„ 681-6521. ISOp 

FOR SALE- 1083 Ford XL 4x4, p.s., p.b.. 
ac., crulso, flt, AM/FM, dual tanks, nico 
condition Irtiido and out. runs oxcoBant. 
S3.095.OO. 681-7526. 2151 p 

OUR ADVERTISERS 
SAVE YOU MONEY! 



CONSTRUCTION- CarponlOfS. plpo 
layers, iron workors. laborers, oqulpmont 
operators with heavy construction 
oxporlonco, Jab Sorvlco, 681-1100, 

E.O.E. 4tS0p 

HELP WANTED- Auto and light truck sor- 
vlco toehnkJan. call Thibort Choviotol for 
an appointment, ask for Nick. Z1B-253- 

2171. 4S30 

EMPLOYMENT: Carotakor potlllon 
avnilablo. Excollont opportunity (or a 
rairod or soml-roUrod couplo Intorostod 
In malntonanco and upkoop ol a rontal 
complox with 30 npartmonu and 15 
tovmhomos. Submit nppliealion to BomkJ- 
II Manogomont. Inc. 514 Paul Bunynn 
Dr. N.W.. Bcmldjl. MN 66601. -Phono, 
218-751-6881. F3tSOc 



GO CARTS, mini bikos and log sputter 
onglnos on hand and ready to go. 3-1/2 
to 5 h.p., an now with warranty. Soo thorn 
HI RV Sports, Hwy. 1 8 59 Wott 681- 

1007. TRF. 1150c 

FOR SALE-ISO Urion Bowrldor boat" 
with 230 h.p. onglno, indudos ovory op- 
tion plus Cannon downrlflpori, Shor- 
landor troflor with brokot.ihis boat Is 
ready for any wator. Uko now condition. 

SB 1-3820. 6lS2c 

FOR SALE- 50 h.p. Evinrudo: 1083 Hon- 
da 110 3-whoolar. $225.00: Soga, 2 
gamos, $55.00; Gomaboy, 2 gamoi, 

$65.00:465-4268. 1tS0p 

FOR SALE- 3-ipood mon't £6-lnch 
blcyekj. $10, ladias' regular blcydo, $10. 

225 S Maplo, TRF. ItSOp 

I SELL consignment boots, Gono'i 
Marino. Monlor. MN, 218-637-2050. 
NM1 1t6-24e 

SAILBOAT- 1973 16' fiberglass Lugor 
sailboat with bailor, good condition, mutt 
soli. 681-1872. B p.m. to 10 p.m. F4154c 



T1 [GATOR'S AUTO BODY SHOP 

REPAIRING AnnfcnarTaMSWflAfcwhfrCor^^ 

ffjriiANOiDUp 10 YEARS EXPERIENCE 

681-C477 - DAVDTRONTVET, OWNER 



DOCKS, BOATUFTS, pontoons, bouts, 
outboard*, discount prices, Gono's 
Marino, Monlor. MN, 218-637-2050, 

NM11tS-24c 

FOH 8ALE- 1978 Lund 15-rL boot. 78 
Chrysler 85 h.p. motor and hoovy haulor 
trnllor, $2,500. 6B1-4683, EOtic 

HELP WANTED- FuJl-Umo oxporiorgod CR^ESTUNER ALUIUHUH ■**£*■• 
cook. Send comploto rotumo to Box 55-lnch boom. $500. 681-4767. iBop 
8831. c/o Tho Tlmos. Thlof Rivor Falls, 2fl . lon e 3 taR cabin crultor, all 
MN 56701. 33rJo ~*>alumlnum. 115 h.p. Mercury, now cover, 
■ asking $8,600.-681-4761. Borlo 



WANTED- Nood n dry gardonor hvp or 
ttiroo days a wooK wt your own Bmo, 
mutt understand horticulture, wooding 
and trimming, ole' Call 681-8530. 2t50p 



AIR 
CONDITIONING 

$4 795 

CtMekB*HM r Pr—MunTm*t 
ForL—k*, Rsch*rgm Syttrnn 




jtoi.GooitjuulMtch. 



NORTHERN MOTORS, INC. 

HWY.1&S9W. THIEF RIVER FALLS, MN 881-4B20 



Motorcycles-ATVs 



FOR SALE- A PSI tuno plpo for d 
Yamaha 175 Trlmoto throo-whoolor, call 
874-6848. 1t50p 

FOR SALE- 1QB3 Honda 550 NlghthawK 
call 964-5724 days or 6B1-5539 

evenings, ask for Wot. F2i50p 

FOR SALE- 1984 Honda Shadow, 700 
Rod, low mllooga, 681-6740. Call 
Thursday ovonlng through Sunday. 
ItSOp 




CompletgUntOf 

MOTORCYCLE 
BATTERIES 

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Super-Insulated Building Systems. Enorcept sells In over 26 states 
through network of qualified builder-dealers and has a limited 
ber of openings in certain aroas, Including yours. We offer 
illcnt incorne potential for the reputable, quality-conscious 
person with experience. Our dealership is not a franchise and no 
fees are required. 

For Additional Information Contact: 

Enercopt, Inc. 

3100 9th Ave. SE ■ Watertown, SO S7201 

1-800-658-3303 

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RAIN CARE CO. 

GcwdrkJgt), MN 

Secrrtn M AUnhurnGufferino 
Hoaltv-AkCcnMorina 

-378-4641-378-4585 

Our seamless outlets are manufactured (ram .033 gaug?' 
prepalnled aluminum; ihe hesvletl gauge used In II 
industry. II your home Is 20 loel or 200 (est In lengih 
s«amle» gutter li made In one continuous length, 
etlmlnallng sny Jolnla or seams In the middle. Inquire 
before you purehsse "Seamless Quiier" about lha 
thlcknass ol lha malstlal used, and be ceilaln that It Is 
mad* In ona conllnuous lenoth. 

Seamiest puller It formed, cul and Installed on ills by 
■ [woman crsw. ..sating on labor cottt. Frelghtchsrge) 
araellmlnaiad.Watlsfsalmoil unheard of Ouelogutlar 
being meatuied and cul on tilt lo eiael lengths. No need 
to tlors led over oflot and ends mat c*> dvnaged before 
1 hey can be u ltd. Motl Jobs can be com pi* ted Ih* tame 
day. Call u* lor complti* Inlormailon and Ire* estimates 
ol your Job al no obligation to you. 




FOR SALE- 1981 Yamaha 250 Exdtor 
itroot bDto, noodt camthaJt and nrton, 
$150.00, cair674-684Z lt50p 

FOR SALE- 1081 Honda CX 500, V-tvrin. 
Bquid cool, lairing. AM/FM radio, now roar 
tiro, must soo to approdato, 681-6041. 
ItSOp 

FOR SALE- 1070 400cc dirt blko. 
$400.00/000, 608-4866. ask lor Dan. 
NMBtSp 



Public Notices 

ENJOY THE Rod Loko Falls BuKingtoi 



LOOKING FOR Inlormatlon on Lottor C. 
Kidbor and Joan Klddor. Ploata wrlto to 
(2833, C/O Tho Tbnot, P.O. Box 100, 
Thiol FUvor Fan*. MN 58701. 4t51p 

CARD OF THANKS 
I want to ospoclally thank my (amily for 
hosting tho turpriso Blrrhday party lor mo 
and to my frlonds and rolatlvet who 
camo to celebrate with mo, and lor tho 
gilts and monotury gllli. I'll always 



a spodal way. 



SEAMLESS 
GUTTERS 

Direct From Our 
Mobile Factory 
To Your Home 



Personal Services 



ENJOY THIS Summor on on oloctrlo 
■cooler or lilt chalrl Ront. buy or repairs. 
Our 'Sorvico Is tho Dllforoneo". Call 
Country Hoalth, 681-8214 or 1-600-649- 
8878. F6tS8p 



Friday, June 21, 1991 



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Household Goods • 

ACCEPTING BIDS- Magnavoi 27' 
remoto color telovltlon set wiVt stand 
Flthor 7T remou color television tot, 
wood stand with Fisher remoto surround 
speakers and amplifier. Call 681-4020. 
Kyle. Brian, or Jason. 4t53e ■ 



FOR BALE- Whlto s< D 
door. 681-4283. 2t51p 



* and screen 



SEVERAL APARTMENT-SIZE utod 
frldgot. uted 30-inch olectric stove i. 
Oulsts Trading poil, downtown 
Crooks ton. ItSOp 

WANTED- Wood crib, (not whlto) and 
double stroller, oxcotlont condition. 435- 
1804. ItSOp 

WOULD UKE To Buy- Round oak tablo 
and chain, condition not ImportanL Wo 
can roflnlsh. Alto old wooden hkjhchalr, 
681-5878 alter 10 a.m. or laavo 
mottago. F2tS0p 

BE COOLI Whirlpool 0800 BTU air 

condtlonof, oxcellont condition. $300.00, 
fits casomonl window. 681-8263, ItSOp 

FOR SALE- Undsay wator sortonor. Tap- 
pan otoctric stovo, almond; under-the- 
countor Whirlpool dithwashor, 681-6642. 
F6tS8p 

FOR SALE- Klng-tlio wator bod. 6- 
drawor baio with hoaior. now llnar. 
$150.00, brand now S-ft steel bathtub, 
novor usod. $100.00; now toBor, $50.00; 
call 681-6204 II no ontwor cal 681-3443, 
lonvo motsago. ItSOp 

FOR BALE- Soar* window air 

condllonor. 7.800 BTUs, good condition, , 

- call 681-2957. aSOp — 

FOR SALE- Gold tocttonol couch, will 
soil very ronton able, and metal bod 
framo, 661-1345. ZtSlp 

FOR SALE- Kohfinotor wothor $ Q.E. 
dryer, both green In color, washer liko 
now, call 681-7243 evonings. 4151c 

FOR SALE- Walnut Ouoon Anno tablo 
and lour chairs. 54" round. For biforma- 
tlon call 681-8212.28110 

30 HIOH offidont wood ttovos, fumoco 
and liroplacos dsplayod. HJghott quality 
OUTSIDE FURNACES, and wood-oil. 
LOWEST PRICES. Lot us holp you. 17 
yoant In lha wood-hoat buslno**. 100% 
financing. Mio's HoaUng, Mahnomon, 
MN. 1-800-446-4043. NM7-23PC 

FOR SALE- Avocado Frlgldairo 
rolngorotor and oloctrlc rango with toll- 
doaning oven, $275.00; consolo storoo. 
$50.00; 1969 19' Larson boat, two 40 
h.p. motors with trnllor, call 681-4141, 
nftor 6:00 p.m. 1t50o 



Household Goods 

FOR SALE- Oibton 1400 BTU wvwfow 
air conditioner, excollont condiion, $300. 
Phone 681-7082 arter 5 pm. 4t50p 

FOR BALE- Color TV, 19-inch, works 
greet with VCR or Stoborg's cable chan- 
not sotoctor. Call 681-6478 evonings. 
BOtte 

FOR BALE- Solid oak dining room tablo 
and six chain, 2-pioco buffot and torvof. 
Cal 253-2530. F2C0p 

FOR SALE- Klng-slio watorbod. one 
coop froozo, chosl-typo, Marouetto 235 
arc woldor. call 222-3725. ItSOp 



Real Estate 



Real Estate 



RED LAKE CABINS 

Two Cnblna On 

Tunoniclc Rivor 

One 2-Bcdnwm. One 1-Dcdrooni 

Yr. Round Acccu. Only $16\500 

Low Down PaymcnL 
USA Realty: 218-743-3322 



WE WHITE-WASH dairy bams and other 
bulking*, call- evening* 6-10 p.m. For 
particulars and dates cU 218-623-4811. 



WOOD STOVES & 
OUTSIDE FURNACES 

Cuarantood Lowest Price* 

Financing Available 

•Wood-Coal •Wood-Oil •Slopes 

•Firrplaaa 'Add On Units 

H1GHEFFIC1EW 
1-8OD-446-4043 

Mike's Heating, 
Inc 

Mahnomen, MN 



FOR BALE- General Electric oloctrlc 
dryor, Rogol 18 largo cap. washer, SmhJi 
Corona docolo typowritar, all factum; 
iWhliotoll door _bow,wlth.nf row* and . 
accosiorloi, all in good working order. 
mutt soo to approdato, priced to toil, call 
881-5255 allor 4 p.m. weekday* or 
anytime on wookond*. ISOp 

FOR BALE- Hoavy-duty Speed Ouoon 
wathor. guarantood to work, ftrtt $50 
loko* HI 294-6146. F2tS2p 

OAS REFRIGERATORS, color oledric 
sytlom*. photovoltaic modulo*, Invortor*. 
baltorlo*. Incrodlbla price*. 84 pago 
catalog $3.00. •SOLAR ELECTRIC IN- 
DEPENDENT HOME BOOK" $18.95 
Sncludo* shipping and catalog). Fovrlor 
iolar Elootrlc, Inc. P.O. Box 435, 
Wonhbigton, MA 01098. 413-238-5074. 
NMIOtflp 

Business Opportunities 

OPPORTUNITY IS knocking- Don! wait, 
bocomo a Christmas Around Tho World 
Domonstralorl It's aasy, fun, and 
soatonall Call Ann at 218-681-6982 aftor 
6 p.m. 6tS2c 



2-STORY 4-BEOHOOU houie with 

Sarage, smal shed, 2 tot* on Main street 
i Oklee, coll evening*. 706-6256. 
F3tS2o 

FOR SALE- 18 acres larmitaad. 3- 
bodroom houte with b«»ement, 
breozeway. double car garage, 12*86 
polo bam, 40x60 Agaco steel quonset, 3- 
mle* *outh of Stnkndqultt on Wghway* 
2B and 6. CaJ 436-2860. FP41Sop 

HOUSE TO be moved, very wea-rruuh- 
tnlnod 3-bodroom. 1-1/2 story, 26~x26* 
with 8'x12* attached lunporch, very 
sound with now carpet*, floor covering, 
and waBpapOT. wfl uB matoruuVy, calf 
370-3257.F2g2p 

FOR SALE- Homo In country on 6-1/2 
aero*. Alto, lot by Oakland Park, 100* by 
IBS'. 745-6638. F2C0p 

COUUERICAL PROPERTY tor solo or 
rani, 2B'x104' buWrm. Office, shop, and 
worehouM space. Busdng kxoted al 
030 Penrdnoion Ave, (Airport road). CaB- - 
661-3387 Parrel, 4lPo 

FOR SALE BY OWNER- 3-bodroom 
hou*o. nowly pointed, $8,000,00 or best 
Oltor, 701-775-6085 or 681-3416. 4t52p 



LAKE OF THE WOODS 

Loko Lota For Solo 

On American Sldo. 

WU1 Show LotsJunc 20- 25. 

Low Down Payment. 

Call For Map & Information, 

Owner/Agent: 218-743-3322 



$ NEED CASH $ 

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Friday, June 28, 1991 



HOUSEHOLD 



Hot Point Elactrle Range 

2 - Ktlchan Tables end 4 Chair* 

Kanmors Microwave (Like New) 

Otirwa, Pot* and Pan* 

Ektctrlo CoRm Pot 

Toaatmaittr Toaaltr 

ConliltrSat 

Spice Rack 

Tea Pot* 

TM Kama 

Kitchen Stool 

Kanmore Retrlgerator (Uka Haw) 

Desk 

Uapl* Dining Room Table and 4 Chali 

Bmatt Uapl* Dropkwf Table 

UaoaikiaRack 

Several Lamp* and End Table* 

China Clout 

Wan Minor, Hexagon, Maple Frame 

Davanporl and Matching flactlner 

Chair 
2 - Swhral Rockars 
Maple Swivel Chair 
It-4nchCon*oleTV 
Small Black and Whlla TV 
2 -Standing Ash Trays, 1 la Mepkt j 
Copper Wast* Paper Basket 
2 -Mapkt End Tablet 
1 - Maple End Table with Drawer* 
Several Picture* 
Maple Wall Oock 
I-FloorLampa, 1 la Maple 
Mapi* Stool 



Knlckknack Shelf 

I - Hoover Swtnoatte Vacuum Ctaanar 

Hagina Electric Broom 

1 - Hoover Vacuum Cteanar 

2-Hastocka 

2-Humk)lfk%ra 

Several Cupboards 

2-BookCa**a 

1- Pol* Lamp* 

Small Rocker 

HkJa-A-Bad 

Corf** Tabla 

3 -Card Table* 

Bad and Dretaar 

3-Pc. Btonda Badroom Sat 

8 adding 

Sawing Kit 

1- Radio 

UimtyCert 
Wa«randSl_.. r -. 
8 - Folding Chalre 
Kanmore Washer and Dryer 
TVrlnTUb* 
•Tool* 
Luggage 
Garden Toola 
a-aotnaaRacka 
a- Lawn Chain 
T-FL Ladder 
2- Wash Boards 
Ironing Board 
Soma Fruit Jan 
Mttcetlaneoua Item* 



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TERMS -CASH 






FOfl SALE or taate; 50,000 *q. ft. 
building. 2 11,000 bu. Superior groin 
bint, olr, hoal. augor. 218-762-6606, 
1t50p 

FOR BALE- 2-bodroom homo, attachod 
single garage, fsnlthod baiement with 
firoplaco in roc room, bodroom and uSity 
room. Upper 30'*. Call 681-1389' for 

uppointmonL 20 tie 



rol-628-2506. 18164c 



LAND FOR SALE 

Approximately 5000 Acres In 
Klondike Twp. 
Eastern Kittson Co., MN 
l.CRPLAND 
Z CROPLAND Some Peat 
& Mineral Soil With 
100% Wheat Base 
3.HUNTIN0LAND 
We'll Sell Any Combination 
Of Above Acreage. 
CONTACT BILL RAMAGE 
218-379-3215 



FOR SALE- 3 remaining lots on oo*l 
ihora ol Wott Union at reduced prico, 
Sunset Shores, 038-4333 or 574-2904. 



SMALL, COMFY houta at allordable 
price, gaxdon space and good qulot 
nofahbomood. For information can 881- 
3340 or 681-1015. 4t52c 

FOR SALE- 8-yoor old, 4-bodroorn 2- 

bath homo, ruD basoment whh walkout, 
control air. now LP furnace, off-peak 
oloctric (REA) on 4 acre*. Induce* stovo, 
Iridgo and dithwashor, dotochod gorago, 
locotod along Hwy 11, mid W*. phono 
782-2454 toovo mottago. F3t52p 



FLEA MARKET 

Badger All School Reunion 
July 4th, 5th, & 6th 

In Badger, MN 

To Boaorvo A Booth Or For 

Fufth»r Information, CaB 

Dorian* Stewart 528-3200 or 

Dorothy HooslarS2B-334l' 




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Sunday, June 23, 1991 



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LUNCH SERVED 



Gum AnUqutFumlllil. Kouuhold 

AllUquiMuikallnitnmris IlKdlanMUlCollKtibln Yud, Fum, Shop 

FwmUBdillwry Tin. - Wood ltim» ColtacHbliToyi 

COWLETE USTJNQ APPEARED IN WE JUNE 14 NORTHERN WATCH 

TERUS:CASH 

OTTESEN/MCMULLEN, AUCTIONEERS 



^ D AUCTION 

Saturday, June 29, 1991 



DODOE 

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ten Dodo, too ^t*. * or. 4 citnMr. 

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Major Credit Cards Accepted 



List may change due to prior sales and trode-lna. 

DORWART MOTORS, INCT 



Not Responsible 



For Rent 



FOLT2 BU1LOINOS: Machine skxage, 
(hope, Irvettock. ccwnmorcfaJ. RV storage 
and garogo*. completely erected, wEh 

warranty, serving Northern Minnesota. 
For color brochure and price t cal: tod 
tree, 1 -800-782-0084. NM4-23ho 

FOR BALE- Ranch itvte home on 23 
acre*, 3-bodroomt. 2-baths, nice 
kitchen, etning area with deck, southeast 
ol Maple Lake, priced mid $30*. call 
evenings. 687-2035. PF4r56p 

FOR SALE- 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom 
double garage home on 10 acres one- 
hail mile from Thiol Rivor Falls. Call lor 
appointment, 681-8285. P4t53p 



WITCH HOTIL 



DyOoy: 512; ByWeefe: $39; 

ByMordh; SIM 

WOW: 611-1213 

215 1/2 L Dent Street, TUsfthwfoli 



FOR RENT- 2-bodroom Marshall doluxo 
moMo home wift (replace, loncod yard, 
playhouse, 12x20 ontry and deck. 3 
mBos south on SO. furnish reteroncos. 
$280.00 per month plus depotil. Call 
612-632-8006. SOtto 

FOR RENT- Very nice sieoping room, 
qulot. kitchen, olr corxftloned, 681-1500. 

47rJc 

FOR RENT- Upttaira 3 room apanmont 
with shore bain, rent $135.00. $100.00 
security doposR, all utftoos provkJod. 2 
block* from Pennoy*. Coll 681-4087, 
Stan Gibson Roalr/. 48pc 

FOR RENT- 2-bodroom houso. quiet 

locution, $350.00/momh plus ulilitjes. 
Non-*mokon only, no pots, no children, 
Deposit, roferancot and loaso roqulrod. 
Phono 681-7534. 4tS3c 



537B'c 



FOR RENT 

OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE 

Starting At 

J200JX) Per Month 

tFomor Wotaida Omeary Butdngl 
ALL UnUTIES FURNISHED 

681-6806 



FOR RENT- Across bom Northland, par- 
dally furnished, mini blinds, security 
coon, gamo room, all usVUos paid, plenty 
of porlung. Coll 681-2307. gerJc 



STUDIO APARTMENT ovor Lorl'i 
Hanmark, quiet person orty, 881-5500 
aftor 5.500c 



Mobile Homes 

FOR SALE- 1078 Revere mobee home In 
the TRF area, oicoeont c ond i ion. cal 
612^548640 evonngt. F2COp 

FOR SALE- 14x70 mobee home. 14x20 
addition, many improvements, new wood 
■ love, tmall dock, call 604-6062 
evenings S4tSOc 

1063 REVERE mobile home. 3- 
bedroomt, enlry, dock, and »hed 
Included, oxcollont condition, coll 
eveningt. 436-31 B0. aSOp 

FOR SALE- 1084 Schuhz mobee home. 
3*odroomt. one bath. 10x12 entry, cat 
218-466-2451 or 218-466-8255. F2tS2p 

FOR SALE- 14x70 2-bodroom 1872 
MarshSold mobilo homo. Inducing 8*10 
, good condition. $3,500, 218-706- 
r612-252-5764. ItSOp 

FOR SALE- 1087 14x70 Friendship, 
2*x6* wallt, appkancot, 3-bedroomt, 2- 
balhs. This is a boauarut. occoorni c al 
home which mutt bo sold, only 
$13,400.00. 218-435^856. F2S2p 

FOR SALE- 1085 Pinosteod Ftbndthlp 
homo, 14x70 3-bodroom, 1-1/2 bath, 
voultod ceiing, 6* wals, lactory 20V ad- 
dMon dock. For more frBorrrujaon 0*1 
Warren Marwto. 253-2305. 4r33p 

FOR SALE- 1088 1 8x80 Homark mobee 
homo, thfoo-bodroomt, two batit, 22x24 

Borage and'storago shod on lour lot* ki 
OIL 440-3525 ovonlng* or wee ke nds. 
ItSOp 

FOR SALE- 1975 14-X70' Ancrah. 2- 
booroomt. 1-1/2 bath*, 681-6740. csfl 
Thurtday ovonlng- through Sunday.— 

ICOp 

FOR SALE- 12x56 2-bodroom infer on 
nice lot in Eastwood Trolor Court, good 
conddon, now carpoL bind*, great lor ■ 
student Call after 630 pjn., 681-1030. 

■ 6t50p 

FOR SALE- Now hotr*ȣabln, 20x29. k> 
bo movod. Interior unfinished, 
rootonoblo. 681-2586. ItSOp 

Wanted To Rent 

WANTED TO RENT- ThW Favor Fob* 

ToehrucaJ Coeega Avionfc sBJdent need* 
apanmont lor NmsoH, hi* wlkt and ttak 
wol-bohavod dog, (dee* not bark). Need 
to movo In by July 1. Col 1-701-727- 
8265. 3t51p 



HOUSEHOLD AUCTION 

Thursday, June 27, 1991 4:oo pj«. 

LocatBd In Thiol Rhrar Falls at 414 South Crocker Avo. 
LUNCH BY ROSE'S 



HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 

Hotpolnt Beotrio Range 

M-W Rerrkjenlor wrTop Freezer 

Whirlpool Washer 

Hotpolnt Dryer 

La-Z-Boy Sofa-Sleeper, Uka New 

Kitchen Table w/4 Chain 

Double Bed 2-Dreeeere 

Swhrel Chair Writing Desk 

Planl Stand Kitchen Stool 

Wood Table w/4 Chain 

3 - Kllchan Steel Cupboerdo, Tall 

Kerosene Room Heater, Never 

Used 

Old Leather Chair 

Dlahee, Pota, Pane 

Other Itema 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

* Town-Country B-aPiTUer 
Eaka S-KP. Snow Blower 
Cnhaman Push Mower 
Wheelbarrow Saw Hone* 
Window* Garden Hose 

Dog Houae Sabre Sew 

Tarp, Rakea, Shovel*. Fork* 
2 - Electrio Sanden 
SkU Sew Electrio Drill 

Electrio Healer 
2- Hedge Trimmer* 
Assortment of Hand Tool* 
Fuming) Tackle 
2 - Lawn Chain 
Picnic Table 
Other Miscellaneous Itome 



TEAMS CASH, *LL SALES FINAL Not Rosponsiblo For Accidental 



CHALMER & DAGNY IRVIN, owners 

Phone 681-2049 



AUCTIONEER: 

OaleSvendtgaanf 

License No. 57-5 

BSMBoa 



CLERK: 
Svendegaard Clerking 

502 a Cracker 
Thief River Falls, MN 




Sunday, 
QB JUNE 30 



Starting at 1 230 pjn. 



LOCATION; South Main Sbcet. Badger, Mil. 



LUNCH WU BE SKIVED 



EMcuonc CuMUgUIti 
SANYO UatMMCw 
I Wts> ElKtnc Aixtna MkMiwi 
S Counltn win SWng Dowt 



Son and L«nn ruoi 

EMoncal Supcit*) 

Lm and Canton Suppln 

Cuiun nodi ~- Ityt Flikm 

Vlnoui Suti WnJao. £n**l Mtul and Wood 
Son>> ml Sttv* Doti 
UicaunKui Pureing Sufx4>i 

Oil B" and «* Pttuc luOuo 

Aula Hudtontt 

VVrt Rot** Cow Oaiiut San. 1B«I*« f oM 

Cnt »x«. F\M Pun-ci, Air Fmn. 04 FM#%. 

Swrt Pluol . Snoa Ataonw. At Fpc OUtr 

Can -Mi 

vanoui Siia Pua*fi 

ElKtiK Ftnca Po« Intuluart 



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Ptatioitliiwti 
4' snd f Stop L^iilk 
Uiatinnm I**ni 
P*MtCeiwaii0.ip«u« 
Conuc Paper (Pan ftoitjl 



Dflaia 
ir FotfBlni Out -ill CO IIP Jatioun UoKa 
Ii*U(. Dtitn Fmeti. !«• Ujn«i>. Pop« L» 
and Siarayt Con' ■ 
S-liT raxn'Jii Dhi. Lim«i 

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GAMBLES HDWR. STORE 

MIlo and Marge Mcdhus 
(216) 528-336B 



Page 16 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 21, 1991 



The Classifieds 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds 



Miscellaneous 

FOR SALE- Training lackflo kko now. 
bkje Roves uddto Wankot Mjo floooo 
cxicfl covet, btwil cosar. fcrido wish now 
ring -tat CoJ 762-B871 nSlp 

SATELLITE ANTENNAE 

Upgrade 10 8- ft hbotglai* picftiro quality 
tot onry $299, 00 oomplowl 4 domo 10-tt. 
wvn moih antomao to/ $20000 oacfi 
Total SaUOito recocsoo n a phono call 
twayl Call Now! 21B 681-5616. 360c 

SEWING MACHINE fiopair - 30 yoar* 
oiponenco, work guarantood. repairs 
mado in your homo or bring machino to 
Cakco Plui. Falls Mall, Thiol flivor Foils, 
Cal 681-8844 or 06-1-5763. NM7-ltfa 

WE HAVE UOVEDI Tho Kid* Kolloaion 
i* no* in the tormor Thrtry Cul location. 
We havo lot* ol now things, como too us 
Ihcrol F6t52c 



Miscellaneous 



REBUILD THOSE ilartor* i 
nllornator*. wo havo parti lor r 
makoi. Stop out for Iroo'i 
Romanulacturod unit* aro alia avaxjblo 
TR Safvaflo, G8I-B22I, NM3-25tJc 



Miscellaneous 



PASSPORT PHOTOS 

In 75 Seconds Or Less 



EKBREN DRUG, INC. 
681-2351 



DOKT OWN a boot? Wont to go fishing? 
Try Agro* Anglor. irnol party Inning tor- 
vico tor hire, coast guard conflod out ol 
Wartoad oitaio*. cafl 386-2644 tor mom 
information, 215 1p 



• KIRBY PUCKETT 

• MICHAEL JORDAN 

PENDANTS 

PLUS MANY OTHER GREAT 
PLAYERS AND TEAMS 

HOLIDAY SOUVENIR 
& GIFT SHOP 

221N.LaBrew Thltl River Fatla 

681-4053 



Fri., June 28, 1991 10:00 A.M. 

Location: From Karirtad: 7 M(f« Wm* on Hwy. #1 1 



TRACTOR ft SKID STEER 




SWATHER 

117* ¥tr»*til* S400 Hidr**t*tle <** *"-■■ 
Swe^.ir Finger P»*l 

TRUCKS 
1178 Dm. &M SngW Ada Truck ISO, * 1 3 

SpM4*nlR.PBttfola 
tMJ Can. W S*rl** True*. I Cjrt 4 * 1 Speed 
WP*t*to 1m. In 0**d Saps 
POTATO FQ11IPMENT 
Lichnod ItlOO «-R*w Plantar •fftrtllliw 

1171 UWiaUSWtow Hanraotir BtDtMmU M- 

no OKI Dlalalsr 4 Bttad Drrlmr Chain 
L*ckxf*e43S'K^Po*tBbiPU*wnVx«t*cApp. 

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Itoft Due* Oradw WAtwhtn RoDar, 
IV EnajM HMrt PMM Connor 
Knrcarmygr taButtSi 

H Bag Butt Bel WTuteConwyor 

TraywOnakrrtepoK Cage Fane 

OWt-famhlataPlerdar 

2-MhMlPotMCMs 



BabcM IW Dkraal 9Md Skear la*cku ■ 



Tit rflttE EQUIPMENT 



OB. lit W ZUT >ft CufthWai 

rangirCMviPM 

OiKan Mow 30" CixHtHnr MSTtwa 1 Rollng 

SNakf* 
lOnjir&raal Plow tor Part* 

OTHER EQUIPMENT 
Emu 1 Tent Senear stoo 
Mrt)kBITMT«ndM 

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M)fjP FOIJIPMENT 
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1 - Mtsry Scnwas In Tnetor^ LR 1 Cas* 

HrdnjiftDrllFBAuoir 
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Car*. Truck Tlra* 



UkOic^ raster* 



LARRY BOTHUM, owner 

ftrF^iruWInferrmlto^ 




S1NCLE7 MEET lomoono spodall Con- 
lido filial froo oxeiling dobnlit Single* 
Connection*, P.O. Box 0032-N. Forgo, 
ND 53103. S44 Ho 

FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Stoning 
at $795 lor V-fl*. 12-month. 12.000 milo* 
warranty. Don'* Machino Shop, Fotslon, 
MN. Phono 21B-435-637D. or toll froo t- 
B00-UB-151B. eotfc 



YAMAHA 81 key oktdric piano koybonrd 
with tusoifi poctal. Con bo soon ot Tho 
Tlmo*. NM2tfo 



Miscellaneous 

FOR SALE- 8' poppla firewood, $2200 
pot cord, dokvory availablo. phono 204- 
6233 or 204^313 F5t58p 

TO GIVE AWAY- Old building* lo bo 
moved or torn down. Dopo*ii required 
Call Uurfo. 204-6111 day*. 450-348! 
ovnnJng*. 2t5ll 

FOR SALE- One double garago door 
oponor. 2 oponom; ono 3/4 mattre** and 
ipnnfl*. fro mo and headboard, good 
COnrjDon. 681-32S2. 2t50p 

FOR SALE- 275 onion Baja ipo with 
}ffxiZ Intulatod buridng, will contldor 
toning spa separata ol bukJng. CaR 218- 
46S-45B0. 2lS0p 

FOR SALE- Used bathroom tavatorioi, 
24'-2 i pood kttchon hood and fan*, call 
21B-843-2I27, Hollock Homo* Inc. 
F2t50p 



Miscellaneous 

FOR SALE- Good mod initrument*. tax, . 
elarlnot*. cor no I*, trombone *, electxto 
and acouitici Qultan and amcJiloni, call 
204-0121. 1t50p 



Situation Wanted 



HIGH CHOLESTEROL 

;v iomrlnglt : -■ 
■4 ,.. Just Got Easier ■■ 

218-681-6142 



COMMUNITY 

FAX 

CENTER™ 
EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

Usa This Fax Number 

218-681-2354 

119 E 3rd St. 681-2351 TR Falls 



Noreen Masonry Const. 

Brick, Block, 

Sione & Concrete 

681-6012 



MAKE AN OFFER: Duct work, pouiblo 
route lor wood workthop, making 
tocycla troth bin* or whatever. Call after 
6.00 pm., 631-1660. tlSOp 

DO YOU nood a homo or pony broke to 
ride? Glvn mo a can, reasonable ratoi, 

631-6624 aftorepm. ISOp 

LICENSED DAYCARE homo hat open- 
ing* lor 3 (ul-Omo children. Nuthtwut 
moolt. (un backyard, 681-7428. 37tfc 



FOR SALE 

Silk Flowers And Greens 

__ Geraniums, Fuchias 

"Baskets-Ring^ Wall 

And Hanging Baskets 

711 Arnold Ave. North 

1-5 P.M. 

Tele.: 681-1991 



COUCH, BAUER convertible rotor and 
iknto blado*. butcher block, 12t North 
Tlndolph. 631-5603. ItSOp 

FOR 3ALE- Firewood, nth or birch, 
$30.00 per cord pfut delivery, 294-6358. 

8S2p - 

BUY YOUR battory factory fro*h. Wo car- 
ry over 1000 battorlo* in itock. For all 
your battory noods. stop ol Altra Powor 
Battory Company, Hwy. I i 59 Wo*t, 
681-842S. Thiol Rivor Foil*. 62tfc 



CLEAN WTTHaUT STEAM 

Tho "Von Schroder Way* - dry loam ox- 
traction Invorvoi to litdo rnoitture thai It it 
nbtolutoly talo lor aD labrics, II I* a last, 
no tuuard lyttom lor doanlng all carpou 
and upholitotiot. Col RadnfoeWt Clat- 
tlc doonort lor froo oittmoto*. Senior 
CliUont dtcount 681.7670, 2flt51o 

ENJOY THE Rod'LaJuTFoIirBuffingion 
Prolotiional Rodoo, Saturday, Juno 
20th. 7:00, Sunday. Juno 30th, 2:00. 
F3t50p 

WE SERVICE Marlnor, Morcuty, 

Evlntudo, Johnton. MorCrulior, Cobra, 
Volvo, Oono't Marino, Montor, MN, 218- 
637-2050. NM11I6-24C 

$ LOANS $ Personal Lonn/Dobl 
ContolktatJon. Call (or a Iroo contuiuukxi 
with a loan oontultant TODAY. From 
a.m. to p.m. also MC/Vlsa available. I- 
800-765-1 06S. 10t50c 



Situation Wanted 



WANTED- Win do baekhoo work; tCttson. 
Romou, Marshall counhoi. S-Jo: Rock 
maker and cylinder, 21B-762-660S. 
1tS0p 

HOU3E PAINTING- Froo ettlmato*. 
oxporloneod, reasonable rata*, caJI 681- 
7350, Stovo. NMItfo 




t091 BRUME STONE MT. BIKES 
AVAILABLE, SAVE NOWII 



681-2767 



JACOBSON'S CONCRETE 

CALL FOR ALL YOUR" 
CONCRETE NEEDS... 

Sidewalks, Dr'newajs, 

Block Basements, Patio, Barn rfont 

FREE ESTIMATES 

011:681-4541 

Mas Sarei, Art You Sartdf 



PRINTING • For nil your printing need* 
stop ol Tho Tfcnot , 324 Main Avo. North, 
Thiol River Fallt or call 681 -4450. 65tfp 



Pets 



ENERCIZER 



BATTERIES 




EKEREN DRUG, INC. 

11B £. 3rd SL 681-2351 TJtFato 



• 
WINDSHIELD REPAIR - Stone chip*.' 
(mail brooks, opprox. 10% roplacomont 
cotL Matt Inturanco companies woivo 
doductiblo. For froo ostimatot call 681- 
4233, Andonon Windshiold Ropolr. 
NM2-8KC 






STOP BY Tho 2nd Hand. Hwy. GO North, 
now Items added ovory day, 631-2055. 
NM3-1Btfe 

FOR SALE- Etoctrlo motors, 1/4 h p. to 7- 
1/2 h.p. Soo us for oil your oloctno motor 
noods. Float Supply, Call 681-2850. 47tfc 

FOR SALE- Equollzof hitch rocoivor. 



FOR SALE- Ono-yoar old Nlniondo, 

Koat condition, Indudod with It It Sopor 
arlo 3, CryitoJIt, Zelda and Oregon 
Warrior gamos, phono 681-8111. ItSOp 

FOR. ALL your err cxMtlonmo noodt, 
sdIob and torvico, too TR Satveao. Bei* 1 ' 
822-.NMafoN. '.-,;- '-r>. 4 

FOR SALE- Car radio, $10.00: 2 tots 
storoo Rodo Shack (poakort, $30.00 tor 
both; One Mrado Maid electric trypan, 
originally $100.00, wiD (ocriflca; phono 

218^81-1478. ItSOp 

FOR SALE- Cedar, Pino lumbor. rough 
orplanod. 2x6*. 8-ft. to 18-IL, 7-fL Cedar 
pott*, 386-2376 or 366-1370. lOtSSp 



BARN LOWERING bam ttralgh toning, oil 
typos ol buHdng ropolr*, roof lagging, 
loaning bam*, ore. Bomt convortod to 
machino ttorogo. grain storage or ihop. 
Guarantood work. Prompt Iroo oitinutioi. 
Dlttanco no problom, t -2 13-347- 1840. 
1150p ■ ■ 

WANTED- Largo painting or rooting fobt, 
any tizo job, quontou, bomt, houtot, 
Ryan KrauEk, 478-3636. 6155c 



HAVEN STUMP 
REMOVAL 



FREE TO GOOD HOME- ShophoroVLab 
cross, block with rust morkingt. Vory 
Iriondly and good with kid*. 218-466- 
2681. F2t52p 

COCKER SPANIEL pups, doworrnod, 
*hott, J75.ro, rutt ccJorod, 681-8117. 
F2t50p 

AKC COCKER pupplot, vot chocked, . 
vacctnalod and wormod, potslblo 
dollvon/ to Thiof Rivor FoUs, 218-403- 
4447. F2tS2p 

AKC DOBERUAN pupplot, watch a cuto ■ 
puppy grow Into a slook bouutJru! friond. 
21S-4B34447. F2t52p 

TO GIVE AWAY- Pupplot, 8-wookt old ' 
1/2 Springer 1/2 Lob, coll 681-6350. 

2tS1p 

FOR SALE- AKC ShoUand Shoopdog 

puppiw and adults. Homo ralsod, 681 
6047.F2t50p 



FREE ESTIMATES 

CALL 681-2433 

V ^Thlef River Falls, MN J 

DAYCARE OPENINGS: Offering a largo 
tuny equipped backyard, indoor loeturing 
Uraa Tiko gym aqulpmont Ireno OrOaif 
681-6038. F2t50p 

. 'Ino, rt 

mowors usod, roasonablb n. 

Sundby, 436-2618, Karlstad. 5t52p 



TO GIVE AWAY- Ono, Ihroo-month 
Wtton, female, brown and block striped, 
snort hair. Shctia [Mor box trained,' alto 
18-month old fomalo whllo Siberian 
Huikoy, Sho i* thy and gontto, up to data 
on shots and nood* a country homo 
Phono 523-4711. 11501 



AKC GOLDEN Rotrlavof pup*. ooiBy 

troinod tor hunting. ' ■**•■ -"" — 

coll 218437-6346. F. 



READY JUNE 16, 7 AKC Labs, choco- 
latat ond block*, that* and dow dowi 
romovod. 253-2471. BtSIp 



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Thursday, June 27, 1991 

4:00 P.M. 

LCOmOf4;J10Sr*tl*onOTrrt,E«trtKordiiFumlturi,TWrt 
ROAD WILL BE MARKED! 

LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 



vjjumw* 



IIMIHJ.V.IM 



■iMimiAnw-moi 



4-OakCnalrt 

IrmWgrent Trunk 

1003 German Clock w/Pondutum 

Welman'i Snuff Jar 

B-Oal. Hed Wing Crock 

S-Gd. R*d Wing Crock 

walnut Siande Clock 

Tin Brrad CaotnH 

DidDoO DatralChum 

Oval Picture Frame w/Convex Ct**t 

Copoar Tea Kettle 

Duck Decoy*. Wooden 

Log Cutler* Tlmberjeck 

Radio Picture* 

Wooden CofKe CMndtr 

Aladdin Lamp Karouno Lamp* 

Set of Oueen Bets Sltvarptatt 

Ul*c. Dtthoa and Qiaaeware 

10" x XT Car Otaaa Jar 

Weaiherad Board* 

Wood*n.S«wtng Cablnei 



Chest of Orawere Drop Front Do *k 
Large Foot Locker 
TELETEX Receiver w/Ramote 
fled Wing Sbrmn, EbbUde, 

Service forlB 
Curved Top Trunk, Metal 
Bed Frame Drape* 

4 - Oar Stool*, Assorted 
BtankMa Twin Bedtpniad 

Hanging Lamp Floor Lamp* 
3 - Large Piece* Green Shag 

Carpet, Pad 



rtYi SATURDAY, 
,J li June 29, 1991 

Sato Time: 11 :00 A.M. 
Located In The Village Ot Holt, West Side Of Tracks. 
After Smiling My House, Will Se/f The Persona/ Property At Auction. 

LUNCH WILL BE SERVED 




BakiPan* Com Popper 

2 - Ironing Board* 

Iron TVThty* 

2-Toatt*ra Electric Fry Pan 

Rug* WaO Decorations 

Prim* Book* 

U*c*a*neou* Dtshet 

FrutlJar* Luggage 

Chrlttma* Decoratlone 

Oraen Bathtub, Sink, Stool 

Old Commercial Hairdryer w/Stand 



MISCELLANEOUS 



Cuatom Built Uolorcycl* Trailer, 

GOO QW 
Reliance Master Gearmotor, 3/4-rtP., 

3-Ptum, 230-Votl, 60-ru • Ration 

50-1, Output 33-tpm, Motor rpm: 
' 1733 -New 
Ult*ubl*hJ Induction Motor. 3-Ph***, 

230-Volt, «Ha . 3-H.P. 182T 

Frame- 1713 rpm, New 
Large Window Art Conditioner, 

24fJ00BTU 



Ben S Howetl Video, Move Light 
B* i B* Movie Radiant Screen 
Ceil Iron Wood Stove 
Olefft Motorcycle Helmet, St» XL. 

XT Eitemion Ladder 
CarTopCwriar 

PorttW* liquor Ca*e 
Telephone Antwering Machine 
Tire Chain Brick* 

Mlsc window*, Screens and Doors 



LER0Y& LUCY AASLAND & OTHERS 




HV 



Ctadi: AucrJon-3-3*a 



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HOUSEHOLD GOODS 

King Su» Watarbed 

Record Cabinet China Closet 

Small Deep Fraeie Meet Slicer 

Kitchen Tablet w/C hairs 

Caronado Ref rioerator 

Ente ttalnmen I Ce rtter 

Amana Puah Button Microwave 

Oold Star Microwave 

Window Air Conditioner 

Spool Bed 100 yra. Old 

2 - Rocking Chairs 

Recline r Rocker 

3/4SlioBed Other Bed* 

2 - Step Tables w/Matchlng Coffee 

Table 
Lamps - Diane* - Pots - Pan* 
Maytag WrfngorWaehor 
Magic Chef Gaa Stove 
Kitchen Cupboard 
Corner Sho Ives Humid I lien 
Ivory Hand Mirror 
Metal Cupboard Toaster Oven . 

3 - Sewing Machines 
Blankets- Bedding - Linens 
Small Electric Appliances 
Kids Toys Old Jewelry 
Old Knlckknackt 3 -Color TV* - 

2 - Dressers w/Mlrrors 
Vanity WMirrar 
Klde-A-Bod Sofa 

2- Iron Single Beds 
2 -Wash Tubs 

3 - Trunk* (2 - Round Tope) 
2 - Boilers Crock* 
Fireplace Gun Cabinet 
Kerosene Lamps TV Stands 
Frlgldalro Refrigerator 

Many More name 

VEHICLES 

1070 Chav. Vega Car 
1076 Ford Pickup 



GUNS 

Mosaberg 23 Cat. w/Scope 
Moaaberg 120a. Bolt 
Magnum w/Scope Martin 22 Cat. 
Merlin 30-30 Rifle, New, Never Shot 

IQSUS 

Clipper 7 H.P. Power Trowel 
■w/Extra Blades, Like New 
Black and Decker Radial Arm Saw 

2 - Bull Float* and Other Floats 
100 Gallon Propane Tank 

200 Amp Battery Charger 

3 - Chain Binders 2 - Tool Boxes 
Skill Saw Blades Bolt Cutter 
Chart yn Hyd. Pump Shovel* 

2 Sets Of Pickup Chain* 

Screw Jack Pick Ax 

Level and Rod Sump Pump 

2- 700X15 Tires 

2 -78X15 Tires 

Propane Hester Mlsc Wire 



MISCELLANEOUS ITFMS 




SUNDAY, 
yj7? June30, 1991 



Sale Tlmo: 10:30 A.M. 



Case DC-4 Tractor 2-14" Plow 

6' Single Disc PTO Welder 

Arctic Cat Panther 

Honda 1103- Wheeler. 

Small Arctic Bike Hand Tools 

Puah Mower Garden Tiller 

Dynmark 11 HJ». 36~ Mower 

w/Elec. Start 
Homko 26" 5 H.P. Mower (Riding) 
Hydraulic Wood Splitter 
.Jacob ton 26" Snow Blower, 

2-Stage . 
Green Machine Weed Eater 
1 1/2 HP. Boat Motor 
3 - Chain Sawa 
PTO Hyd. Pump 
3 Spd. Boy*a Bike, Uke New 
And Many More Items 



DeWein Lappegaard, owner 



AUCTrONEEn: 

Dal* Bvtnotoainl. Ue. No. 3T-S 

Phone: CS1-1MI 



449-3091 / 



CLERK: 

8v*nd»0**rt CtatUno 
Tntaf Rrver fan*. MN B4T01 



kMAJL»-»AiAMJJU.lM«-M lAlUAaAAH. 



TRACTORS 

fMwTln* 

Cue DC-4 w/Uve PTO and itrdrsulla 
ourxMwrpTO 

CM* DC-4 w/PTOand Hydraulic 



MACH1HERY 
aieneoe r FMM CumvMor 
IHC 3-14" Plow 

beeflow Iff Fertlllnr SprMckw 
0Uv*r Br**Una Plow 
Ce** 2-WDmI Manure Soraadtr 
Minn, es SloVDMlnry Rax* 



Old Siyl* Farmhand Loecwr w/Manura 

end Hay Bucket* 
■HC3-3S-ComPlenUr 
McDonn JO" Hum* R**< 
Ftowar Pan* (or 20* H*adw 
4-WhHl Wagon w/Flalbed 

GUNS&VEHICI.ES 

1 BTO Dodge Aipan 
1BTB OMvfohM B-Cyl. Van 
Wlneheslw tS4 30-30 w/Long OanW 
13-Oaug* Goow Gun 

etc* i. BonRin* 

IvHSCELLANEOHS 

Assorted LurnMr, All Sim 
Whwltwrrow C*m*niMlx*r 

3-M*w07I-1STIra* 
4- Saw Mandrel* Feeder* 
B*t ol Dual Truck B23 Chains 
r*3f Augw 4" Augtf 

Aluminum 34' Eitwislon Ladder ■ 
Hanvnw Hill Fanning Urn 

Ovm 100 OliMI* Ot Hnr St**! SWrn, 

r.B*and12- 
17UMdStMieidlnrj 
IHC Burr MM S**d Trattw 

2 - D4C Cream Separator* 
Honwlll* Bupar 2 Chain Sew 
Rollaway Chicken Ftttl* 
Ueny Mor* nam* Too Numarou* To 



„ ANTIQUES a Misa 

Copptr Dollar* Old Lamp* 

Hand Com Sh*tl*r 

Hand CoDm OnnrMr 

Old Fl our Qrlnd*r Uul Orlndsr 

BlnD*r Upholittty Sawing Mechln* 

smgw Swurlng Machlrw 

Old Trunk* 

Rid Wing Crock*, 2, 3, S, 12 and 20-Oal, 

OUForg* 

Round Wood Stove 

Collar* ' 

BridK* 

3- Bob SIM* 

Hawldt* Hon* Mower 

2 1(2 Diarm Grain Scoop* 

High WhMl Wooden wneal* 

Hand Com planter 

Hand Cyclon* S**d«r 

Wall Drill Prai! 

Fwlor Wood and Cod Stove 

1-RowHorwCurtlvalor 

Soma Modal A and T Pert* 

SuDtyPlow 



HOUSEHOLD 

K*nmor* W**rt*r 
Klictien Table and Chain 
tlorg* Dryar rfltM-A-IUd 

Hotpolnt Ralrlgamor, 2 Y*ar* Old 
HotlawayDtd o" Folding Tabl* 

SmallOawTV 3-8l»*l8r»lv*i 
VCR. I Y»ar Old 

Hoov*r Apartmtrn W**r>*r-Dry*f 
Small DroplNt Tabl* 
Folding Chair* Stereo 
FJeclrtc H*ai*r Suhcau* 
3-Ft*c* DMroom Sat 

2 - Small CJmu ol Drawers 
Onli 

3 - 2-Dr*wH Bi»»| CabtrMl* 
ang*r Vacuum CIniw 

SJ Cu. FL Crwst DMp Fr**», Uk* H«w 

2 - Maytag Wrlno*r Wa*hlng MtKttln** 

Washing Machln* WIO** Motot 

Sal* 

0*d* and Other iMmi 

Canrwr* Dish** 

Pou Pant 



3! 

ANTON KOTRBA, RUTH KOTRBA ESTATE 



2-Party Owners 

AUCDONEETt: 

Dale Svandigaard, Ue. Ho. 37-S 

Phona: eit-ISCS 



CLERK: 

Snndagaard Clerking 
^^^^^ Thlal Rrnr Fall*. MN SS701 



Friday, June 21, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH \- 



Page 17 



The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds - The Classifieds \ 



Machinery 



BINS FOR BALE- 3-6000 bu. W**toel 
Rosco. Ike new; 7*46 Wottflotd augor ml 
IB h p. otoeWc atari Brtggt; Wotlgo 21x6 
hydraulic auger; Kovar A Fieldmattor 
hydraulc 4S' harrows; John Lauo L-4000 
65 ground dnvo sprayer pump: Ace 
hydraulc agitation pump. Carter Hielkt, 
218-47S-333Q. Stophon. FP4t54p 

FOR SALE- 42 II grain hoprxr Bailor. 78 
Hawkeye with now tiro*. 05% brake*. 2- 
year old rol torp, and now paint, Ot* 
bum. 681-1167 day*, 681-7706, or 681- 
1331 evening*. 4i53p 



Machinery 



Ovtr Floor Grain 

AERATION 

Perioralod or PloJn Ducts 

Bin Walt Adaptort 

Y or T Adaptors 

Fan, Adaptors 

Fans, Axial or Centrifugal 

Can 6* aTerf/vsvaxf To Your Farm 

CALL DAYS: 21 B-94S«1cV3 

CALL NIGHTS: 218-281-4081 

AMkForWsIt 



FOR SALE- Super 02 oombirw with or 
without itrakjht noodor, 82 comblno with 
or without straight hoador, tunflowoi 
pan* otto availablo for both machino*, 
-2IB-74S56B3. F2tS0p 



^CLARK'S 

DAIRY SUPPLY 

tfiiUtihMikAMYovDikrthBk 

ii^-raOilrv Supplfaa - 
■r-Hmm % UawtJ Equlpmant 
,>~2 Irtatallatlon * Repair . 
'o ^,- aawrpawoY Samoa • 

^cin:436-2108^ 



WILRICH 45' Hold cultivator with harrow; 
2-4,000 bu. Buttor grain bins; 1.000 go). 
Ion fuiil lank. 218-698-4422. F2t52p 

FOH SALE- No. 326 Now Holland high 
capacity square balor with hydraulic 
Bruion; balor En Eko now condtlon. 874- 
7211. 4t50c 



WANTED- Roofing jobs ol any ilzo. 
ihapaorform. Icon puiarool on thai wPl 
stay on and havo aano II for yoars. Tho 
bott In oqulpmont, knowhow and pricol 
478-3838 Ryan KmuEk. 2S0o 

FOR SALE- 70 John Dooro with F-11 
Farmhand loodor and p.s., VAI Cato 
tractor, call 356-8207. F3tS0p 



FOR SALE- Six row adjuiiabkt tide 
drtrtt hoavy-duty anhydrous apptcator 
on 3 pt. eicollont condition, used on 400 
acrot. $1,000; 8-16 Pleten plow. 
automatco reset $1,000, Square bale 
straw chopper for use In barn, new 
irtrvo*. good thape, $700; 100 tan 1st 
cutting aJLiHa put up In 4x5 round bale*, 
new loodng. $60 a ton in tm Botd. 218- 
864-6810. 6t55p 

NEW 1091 Bolarut farm tractors, 31 h.p. 
to 335 hp. June leature- Model 825. 85 
h.p.. 4WD, cab, $12.80000; Model 1770, 
I BO h.p. articulated, $32,340. Oraat 
prices on sensible, down-to-earth 
tractor*. SeD-leveing loaders, $2,880.00. 
-Now and -used part*. Leaia plan 
availablo. Lyto Bjetand Tractors. Inc. 
Ertklno, MN. 218487-3128 or 218-687- 

2781. F4152p 

FOR SALE- Pre* sure wether, Handy 
840 pickup torvico tank, KnJpco model F- 
08 naator, JD BW tandem dl»c, very 



FOR SALE- Vortattkt 400 ewathor. iff 
cab. good concloon, $3,500.00, 6SI- 
6818. 1t50p 

FOR SALE- 103 Versatile, t.p. Ifi-ft. 
iwathor; No. 36 Massey t.p. 16-ft. 
iwnthor; 1876 Ford 1-ton tuck; modet 
806 J.D. 4-bor rako; MN « 5*ar rako, 
661-4028. F31540 

FOR SALE- 1870 Versatile 400 13' 
-ewBlherwiihcab, 1073Vefaa*le40O 18'- 
twathor, call 204-6403 or 204-8460. 
4153c 

BELUNO 70 J.O. with F-11 Farmhand 
loodor, hat powor stooring, parts for M.D. 
I.H 'A* J.D. 3-pL sldo ooilvory rako. p.La, 

call 356-8207. ItSOp 

FOR SALE- 05 J.D. comblno, cab, 
choppor, Motroo pickup, 303 gas onglno, 
onglno ovorhoulod 2 Masons ago, a*- 
cdlont condilan, alia 15' hoador and 
root tor 05 comblno. 437-8304 ttvonngt. 
2151 p 



Machinery 



Machinery 



Butler Bins 

Now Buy the Best 
And Pay No More 



fl^S 




Why pay mow for smsv? 

Now you can own 
tjadtuonal Butler quality 
and pay no mora. Soled 
from 100 different bin 
sizes to fit your exact 
Installation needs. 

For your best price on all 
Butler bins, contact us — 
today. 

SAND STEEL 

BUILDING COMPANY 

P.O. Box 129 

Emorado. ND 58228 

701-SB4-4M33 



FOfl SALE- Ford Ferau*on trader wtfi 
plow W.D. 6 tractor with almost new 
rubber. 3-boCom Alls Chalmers plow 2- 
pt throw-away share*, a* ecpipment In 
exceuont conditon. call 218-C81-6084 
ItSOp 

FOR SALE- I50B gravity box with QT 
rraier. Implement ore*. $1,00000, 13 
acre* ol havland (or rent near Roseau. 
213-463-1403. 1t50p 



Machinery 



Machinery 



FOR SALE- rnsxnaSoral 21-fl pul typo FOR SALE- 16-fi qt header wlch near* 

twalher. (tool bal reol, escellonl now McOon reel for ' 05 John Deere. 

condaon. 782-2842. ItSOp Also, q L Throal tor 105 32-d Donfhua 

oral irauor. 637-2320 evervng*. 4t53p 

FOR8ALE-107I IH moctot 014 combn* "■"■"• =-,.„, ^, 

and 1007 MFmodoi 510 combine, phone Claiauted-Ad your TJCOT WaauT tor 

evomngi, 218-222-3540. F2t50p atra cash. Call 68 1 -4450. 



EQI1S44LE 

103 VERSATILE.SP. I8-FT. 

SWATHER; NO. 36 MASSEY 

Sf. I6-IT. SWATHER; 1976 

FORD 1-TON TRUCK 

681-4028 



FOR SALE- Low-Boy Bailor fcx hauling 
0-4, good condition, good rubber, 
$2,100.00 or bo*t oner. Noll Johnson. 
HaJock. 843-3378. F31S4p 

MACWHERV FOR SALE- 2 7^14' LLA 
drills, grat* *eod, fort, attach., hyd. 
markers, 2 drfl Ntch, always *heddod. 
Donahuo traikrf 28* square tubing. JD 
tandem 17-5" 22" blado*. Liquid tort notd 
•prayer, IILxtS tire*, tandem wheels, 
700 gat., 46' booms, pump hyd. drive. 
Farm Ian* AB 8B grain dryer, auger 
B-X25' 5 hp. olocttc motor w/o whooU. 
Auger 6"x25', 3 h.p. olec. motor on 
wheal*. Propano tank, 600 gal. CaJI 
gvonlng*. 218437-6471. F3tS2p 



LATE MODEL FARM 
MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT 

AUCTION 

Wednesday, June 26, 1991 umam 

LOCATED: 3 mllee north ol St Thornae, ND on Hwy. B1; or from the south 
junction of Hwy. 81 end County Hoed 3, 1-1Q mBeo south. 



G. R. REPAIR 

OAWROISLAW.Cwnar 



FOR SALE- 20-R. Quick attach hoador, 
flngor rool whh HinPtor Box cutting bar, 
Oso farm, 681-1167 days, 681-7706, or 

681-1331 ovonlnqs. 41530 

FOR SALE- 1456 IH tractor, cab, air, 
duals, livo p.Lo., dual hydrsufica, JD 105, 
cab, Molroo pickup, 681-8740, call 
Thursday avonlng through Sunday. 
1t50p 



FOR SALE- 1081 400 John Deere wnh 
now 20 h.p. engine, 60* mower, mora 
occMtorte*. 608-4813 days, 608-4483 
ovonino*. ItSOp 

FOR SALE- No. 1100 24-lL rnountod 
BMilvnlcr, John Doera with harrow, coll 
378-4320. IgOp 

PARTS FOR BALE- WEI Bt OUvor 431, 
645, o 5542 combinos. Havo Iront & roar 
tiros with rims, now onglno, straw 
walkers, many puloys and tprockotj. 
toodor chain (now), rasp bars, 
transmission, tloovo* (top a bottom), 
hoador with pickup, plui much mora. 
AI*o, now bolt lor Now Hotand combine. 
All parts am half prlco of now ono*. A full 
Est ot parts can bo sent on request Call 
21B«i8-4222 or 688-4440. F3«52p 



RADIATOR REPAIR- Why rocora when 
wo moybo ablo to rebuild? No Job too big 
or too amaU. Col for froo woman), TR 
SoJvago. 631-3221. NM3-25Bc 

FOR SALE- Stwddod 1861 Rod top 014. 
Eko now condtlon, hot hardly boon uiod, 
487-0783. P4tS6p 



drtvo, botly mount asking $295. 
A.R. Thompton, Donaldson. MN. 
Tolophono 218-466-2145 ovonlngt. 
F2tS2p 

FARM EQUIPMENT lor *alo- JD 1100 
24' cultivator; Iff 1600 chbol. #450 6-16 
plow; 42" Lindsay mullhvoodor; Coso 6- 




vVANTED- Slnglo bottom plow lor a 
throo-point hitch, coll 681-1653. 1t50p 

FOR SALE- 70 J.D. wlih F-1 1 Foimhond 
loodor. and powor stooring; Gravity box, 
Grappkt fork for DuAl loodor, ports lor MD . 
IH. 1082 Omoga (no oD), 4-door, good, 
356-8207. 1t50p 



plow, uiune lartdem* around, loldliig wlngi. 
* iml-toll HD 3-bar irouitad humw; JJjg 
CAia IH 4000 42- vrtxainar (laid cvm<ii<». 

?.»..•!.."■.*. |Mnn'm iif iiii'mc 
tandtcn 6WK du*J t*i<*«: loiaiftfl wlnei, IS" 
HD biada*. (•mUanl Miry Bit"). 

RPnAV_(^UPF_aT1LLAQE 

iSHaLUnk. 



VI hcotni. (erJ/ 190 linu, wy in 






f — ^. -wnif..^ H»n Mynm. 



Raymond Littlejohn Estate, owner 

For More Information Contact 
Dennis Bllloke Auctioneers —(701)265-3181 



TEnitSidAUSlrrkSE 



209 2nd Sl SouUVP.O. Box W 

Cavalier, N. Dakota 58220 

Phanai C70 1) 265-31 Bl 

Fan (701) 265-8947 

1 %^SSK l ^A(^ CV ND Uc W. MN. Lie 35-13 



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EQUIPMENT 
AUCTION 

Monday, July 1,1991 zmpm. 

LOCATED! 11 1/2 mile* aouth of Watee, ND; or 2-1/2 mile* south of Jot 
Hwy. Sand Wajo* turn. 



at* 




_. iplKa IfimH t ruwaig otan, 

"*""*■ AimHOBiiEa: 

IBM Mwiai.T Coop*, lutly niiDiad. aicallanl 
omum. (oarad* raaoy); Jf2LI*ofl*lACoi** to 
b* raitoiad, or lor parti (compltn); i*li) 
Lcaramt-Tjr^^BlsinfArurnngritiM.wnrrtA 



BTATIONAHV E NQINES a OTHFH 
CgLLECTABLES; 

f y i Hfttiwwirir tuutnnry gat (AgloH, (running 
otoh);QUQ (Ullanvy on anslnai. On* runnhg); 
FtWiinH p) mtbnary anatw. wwtw S can, pood 



munition); , ?r^o i | , catt uma; Jiac, chain: 

I fiiitfnt: flpftf n t hig,- ■" — ■ ■ *■ — •-»-- 




gTHEBITat3»HI3C.; 

Jlpaolt Unnlng mfl; wi-$at LP om rank; Org 
prata; , nrlfid«r firr*\ i auntf; fHywmii boal 
in** ttor out* Boat *uv); labtaLc*ja.; a3Doat 



Henry Spenst Estate, owner 

foo none lurc-nuanQM can, paul npr»7T-fTOf>6nj.eiri 




2D9 2nd St Souih-f.O. Do* W 

Cavalier, N. D4kata 56220 

Phonal (701) 265-3181 

Taxi (701) 265-6947 

ND Lie 137, MN. Lie 3B-13 



@"@"<fe 



IT'S TIME! 

CROP HALL 
INSURANCE 

10% DISCOUNT 
FOR CASH! 



vs 



DELBERT 
AUDEnE 

218-681-6443 

1008 W." 2nd Street 

Allwood Offices 

Thief River Foils 

ai*w n u±ni»umon 



'J 



USED 
EQUIPMENT 



EQUIPMENT 
AUCTION 

Friday, June 28, 1991 ioaoa.m. 

LOCATED! Wast edge of Park River, ND 



1070 MR Farm** tMD, CAH, 9pL PTO, Mya., 
goon 1*4-3* Uraa; tHC FarmH -K-, Vff. PTO. * 
rwf, oeod can± 

■ tUTjnwa WMQ O—l mnaal Kiaoar. 3-fO. t«**l, 
goM un, goxl una; 1 * T B P*" WI0B gitui 



C-M twin «c 

<vrpba.{toco'ml 

»*» V-S. !W nana- 1- -- 
g»Mi Airo box: lASUiC uwooo im cum**. 
HM- air rxiiai. 10.00-ro IItm. ll" LndDnod 
poltls ooi. alaeJIijU.: If rn f bM C-IM (ig 
UnOtm, O* Vf. « Uir*.. paMr Hairing, all 
bftkat. 10.0CHO am. Kr LDckwod paeo ton 
wgraln pan: !»<* OUR SJon UngK aiM wiM 
pouio box [m>1 ninnlng): 1 BW (JiwyhiVii J-lon 



io box; JBil crwmt* 

"p^fiTOFQUlPUEMTi 

|1«nur HI mi mi ingiiM: Jlmal UlaMMii 
oibh: JJwLtUBn nnno wonaer, Lac 

uttt. atocJTijrd. it^Miot. igoal una]. 
TRAILERS; 



ail* and Bumo g'awKroe* 

inUef v^au: nfxEonxJZ and Axixi evav. 

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HAMNES FARMS, owner 



Home: (2181 478-3382 Otllce: (218) 478-3338 Shop: (218) 473-3542 

a dl*oontfnuod tholr farming ri«tnor*hlp, antfare soiling their weO-malntalned farm equipment 

at suction. Alt Itema sold without reserve to the highest bidder. There le approximately 1 J hours ol mlsoatUrwoc*. 
Machinery will sell at 12:00 noon. 

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Richard ha* discontinued hi* farming operation end I* r*"' *■' 

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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 21, 1991 



TRF Alumni association starts 



(Continued from Pige 1) 



in-Boou)* by Charles Pemuli; "The 
Fisherman and His Wife" by Jacob 
and Wilhelm Grimm; "The Ugly 
Duckling" by Hans Christian 
Andersen: "Carorushes" by Flora 
Annie Steel: "The Monster Who 
Grew Small* by Joan Grant; "The 
Brave Little Tailor' by Jacob and 
Wilhelm Grimm; "Ooko and the 
Honest Thier by 1. G. Edmonds. 
"The Green Man" by Gail E. Haley; 
"The Fire on the Mountain" by 
Harold Couxlander and Wolf Leslau; 
"Beauty and the Beast" by Madame 
de Vtllcncuvc; "Ellen's Lion" by 
Crockett Johnson: and "The 
Mouscwiic* by Rumcr Godden. 

"Shared inquiry is at die heart of 
the Junior Great Books program," 
Mrs. Ihlc said. "This method of 
interpretive reading and discussion 
encourages children to raise and 
address genuine problems of mean- 
ing in a work. Students become 
readers who think for themselves 
and who have the persistence of 
mind to reach for meaning." 

"We hope the Junior Great Books 
program will be only one of many 
ways in which the alumni founda- 
tion can assist the local school dis- 
trict with enhancement of its educa- 
tional mission," Tunberg said. "The 
greater the membership and partici- 
pation in the foundation the more it 
will be able to do for education in 
Thief River Falls." 

The foundation was organized in 
March of 1990 and has been offi- 
cially classified as a non-profit 
organization, making membership 
and donations deductible for income 
tax purposes. Some 7,000 letters 
were mailed out to Lincoln high 
school graduates in November of 
1990 and January of 1991 to notify 
them of formation of the foundation 
and invite participation. 

Memberships have been received 
from New York to California and 
south to Texas. Contributions have 
included $10,000 from the Thief 
River Falls Education association 
with the provision that interest from 
investment of the funds is to be used 
for scholarships. A foundation 
newsletter will be moiled in July. 

Foundation directors were some- 
what surprised to find that approxi- 



mately 25 per cent of Lincoln grad- 
uates arc living in the immediate 
Thief River Falls area. 

Although the organization is 
formed as an alumni foundation, it 
is not necessary to be a graduate of 
Lincoln hish school to be a member, 
Tunberg emphasized. Anyone inter- 
ested in public school education in 
Thief River Falls is welcome to 
join. 

Only officers of the foundation 
are Tunberg, graduate of the Class 
or 1946. as president and Tom Kays, 
graduate of the Class of 1972, as 
secretary -treasurer.' Other directors 
and their year of graduation from 
Lincoln include: Dick Bjorkman, 
Class or 1952; Dale Wcnnbcrg. 
Class of 1960; John Scavcrson, 
Class of 1965; Jane Malison, Class 
of 1967; Paul Ihlc, Class of 1968; 
Mark Naplin, Class of 1972; and 
Dcnkc Nelson. Gass of 1984. 

Directors whose terms expire this 
year arc Tunberg, Wcnnbcrg, Kays 
and Nelson. Those elected this year 
will serve three-year terms. 

The foundation will also study 
means for future growth and devel- 
opment when Pete Karobatsos of 
Educational Foundation Consultants 
from Englcwood. CO, comes to 
Thief River Falls soon. Regular 
monthly meetings arc held by the 
local foundation at the school dis- 
trict service center. 

While the foundation has estab- 
lished a mailing list with informa- 
tion obtained from classes which 
have held reunions and from other 
sources, the list is partially outdated. 
Graduates arc encouraged to advise 
the foundation of current addresses 
as it will serve as a resource to 
classes planning reunions in the 
future. 

Membership in the foundation 
can be Donor ($25). Patron (S50), 
Sustaining ($100), Fellow (5250), 
Executive (S500) and Prowler Gub 
($1,000 or more). The foundation 
will also gratefully accept donations 
or memorials toward its educational 
assistance program. Mailing 
address for the foundation is: Thief 
River Falls Alumni Foundation, Zch 
and LaBrce, Thief River Falls, MN 
56701. 



Cathy Spengler receives award 



(Co ntinue d from Page 1) 



Methodist churches and 11,307 
United Methodist* in the Minnesota 
area were 362 clergy, 439 by mem- 
ben, 64 retired clergy and 121 visi- 
tors and/or staff. Commenting on 
the vision statement presented at 
the conference, Minnesota Bishop 
Sharon Brown Christopher called 
the conferenc together with the 
challenge to 'catch a vision of the 
new creation toward which God 
leads us." 

The theme for the week was 
"Faithful Disciples: Sent to shore 
God's Love." Throughout the 



week's business, times were 
planned to celebrate United 
Methodism in mission, through 
events demonstrating how God's 
love is shared in the ministry of the 
laity and clergy. 

Combining elements of a busi- 
ness meeting, a large-scale worship 
service, a political convention and a 
family reunion, the assemblage is 
the most significant yearly event 
for the United Methodists in each 
conference of the church for both 
business matters and ceremonial 
observances. 



PLUMMER PUBLIC SCHOOL 
Independent School District-628 

ADVERTISING FOR QUOTES ON THE 
FOLLOWING HEATING COMPONENTS: 

Numtwr Iicm 

1. 2-LJ. gas furnaces, each 175,000 BTU 
.Input. 

2-6" mctalbestos Class B gas vem chimneys 
-Class B venting direct to furnace 
2-fUter grills 

2. 2-125,000 BTU steam coils 

with traps, 4 manual valves, T87F 
thermostat; fan relay and piping to existing 
steam outlet 

3. 2- 40 KW 480-volt duct healers 

4. Electrical wiring for two gas furnaces 

5. Electrical wiring for two electric duct 
heaters 

6. Removal of existing oil furnace from top 
of building and refinishing roof where 
furnace was situated. 

7. Constructing two walls and roof 5 ft. x 6 ft. 
to house each gas furnace. 

A. Fire door 

B. 6" walls to meet fire code 

C. Install cement footings and cement 

floor 

D. Cover with steel to match existing 

building 

District 628 is requiring separate quotes on 
each item numbering 1-7, including labor. 

Interested parties may call the 
superintendent or stop at the school for further 
information at 465-4222. 

Quotes will be opened at the Monday, June 
24th, spedaHward meeting, 8:00 P.M. 

The Board has the right to reject any or all quotes. 





AND 
NOW 
TO 
LIVE 
SOBER 
TRIDENT SERVICES 

THIEF RIVER WIS. UN S670I 
S«vlng TT» CtmnicaSr D^MndMl h PMinington And Suftoundiig Aross 



HALFWAY HOUSE 681-8135 

PRIMARY INPATIENT Ml-7304 

EXTENDED CARE 681-6032 

— DETOX & OUTPATIENT COUNSELING — 
MN 1-800-7S2-5184 • FAX 218-681-6011 



Individual And Family Counseling Assessments and Referrals 
JtfcCping iPeopCe Manage Cfiange. 



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On Thursday police in Thief River Falls received a report at 
about 12 noon of an accident at Sixth street and LaBreo near 
downtown Thief River Falls. According to the police report, a 
car driven by Catherlno Johnson, Kennedy, was going north on 
LaBreo, and a Jeep Wagoneer driven by Angella Jo Wllley of 
Grand Forks, was going east on Sixth street when the vehicles 
collldod In the Intersection of the streets. Upon Impact the 
Jeep flipped and landed In tho berm or a nearby residence. 
Elizabeth Jacobson, Grafton, 57, suffered an Injury to her left 
arm and knees. Cathorlne Johnson suffered Injury to her back 
and right arm. Angella Wllley suffered a Injury to her head. All 
three were taken by Midwest Ambulance to Northwest Medical 
Center In Thief River Falls whore they were treated for their 
Injuries and released. Wllley was cited for falling to yield the 
right of way. Damage to the Johnson vehicle was estimated at 
$6,000. The vehicle driven by Wllley was considered a total 



Senior citizen defensive driving 



There will be a senior citizen 
defensive driving course offered for 
oil Minnesota driven over the age 
of 55. The course will be offered 
July 8 and July I5 from 6 to 10 
p.m. at the Thief River Falls techni- 
cal college. 

Those who successfully complete 
this cqursc are eligible for a 10 per 
cent reduction in car insurance pre- 
miums. The course is entirely class- 

CPR course is 
offered at TRFTC 

The Thier River Falls technical 
college is offering a cardiopul- 
monary resuscitation course Mon- 
day and Wednesday. July 15 and 17 
from 6 to 10 p.m. The cost will be 
S20. 

For more information and/or to 
prc-rcgistcr. contact the Thief River 
Falls technical college, customized 
training and services at (218) 681- 
5424 or 1-800-222-2884. 



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room taught, with no actual driving 
involved. 

Pre -regis (ration is required by 
Wednesday, July 3, by contacting 
the Thief River Falls technical col- 
lege, adult extension division, Hwy. 
one east. Thief River Falls, MN 
56701. Phone (218) 681-5424 or 1- 
800-222-2884. The cost of the 
course is 520. 



PUBLIC 
ANNOUNCEMENT 

FREE HEARING TESTS FOR 



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AHeeiing Tost Is Recommended At Least Once A Year. Especially Alter Ago 55. 




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Register for prizes!* 

$100 Hugo's Gift Certificate 

Sportsman's Lodge Vacation (Lodging, guided fishinq) 

Huffy Kids Bike 

Charcoal Grill 

4 Minnesota Twins Tickets (July 13, 7:05 p.m. qame) 

Basketball Backboard 

Year's Supply Of Hills Bros Coffee (8 - 39 oz. cans) 

110 Pocket-Size Camera 

• Register thru July 2. Prizas to be given away at Thiol River Falls. , 



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Homes 



^y^ Olympian Dreams 



Page 8 



Ruth Horton, Former Resident Of Fertile, 
Sets Sights On Olympic Marathon 



Sports 



• Roseau Sweeps Legion 

• Elks Invitational Set 

• Bombers Sweep Pair From Fosston 






Newsstaia,. ■ - / 

50' ^ 




volume 1, Number 6 



324 Main Avenue North, Thief River Falls, MN 56701 



Cantor R». Proton 

BULK RATE 

US. POSTAOE 

PAID 

PERMIT NO. 4 
Thief Rtvor Fate, MN 66701 



Friday, June 28, 1991 



County board 
adopts sales 
tax resolution 



Welshing an increase in sales tax 
collections of $449,000 against a 
loss in state aids and credits of 
$1,423,767, the Pennington county 
board of commissioners approved a 
resolution at Its meeting Tuesday, 
June 25, to impose the one-hair per 
cent sales tax option offered by the 
state. 

The one-half per cent increase in 
the state sales tax, increasing tho 
tax to six and one-half per cent, was 
offered to counties as an option by 
the Minnesota legislature at Us 
1991 session. Counties which opt 
not to increase the sales tax collect- 
ed In the county would forfeit all 
state aids and credits. 

"Information we have received 
indicate that the additional one-half 
per cent sole tax would raise 
5449,000 in Pennington county," 
stales Kenneth Olson, county audi- 
tor. "Homestead and agricultural 
■ credits alone total $784,000 In the 
county and state aid to the cities 



amounts to another $1,639,767. 
The board really didn't have much 
choice but to enact the sales lax 
increase." 

The official resolution adopted 
by the board points out that local 
governments In Minnesota provide 
many programs and services on 
behalf of state government. In 
recognition of the costs of these 
programs and services, the state has 
been providing state aid under a 
system which helps to equalize dis- 
parities in property wealth. 

Tho state requested that the 
counties enact the tax increase to 
' help offset the state's cuts of hun- 
dreds of millions of dollars in state 
aid to local government. 

Commissioners also opnroycd 
participating in a recapitalization 
program for the Northwest Region- 
al Development commission's 
enterprise loan fund. Leon Heath, 
executive director of the NWRDC, 
(Continued on Page 22) 




Everett Flesche of rural St. HUalra died In this plane accident center was contacted by an individual who used the E911 sys- 

aboul three miles east of Si. Hllalro Thursday evening. The tern. Flesche waa pronounced dead upon arrival of law 

accident report was received at about 9:10 p.m. Thursday enforcement and Midwest Ambulance personnel on the scene. 

evenlna According to the report, an eye witness to the acch The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) were expected In _ 

dent went to a neighbor's residence and the law enforcement Thief River Falls at ebout noon Friday. ■ 

Eye witness reports plane accident 



Community ed 
summer classes 
will start soon 



An eye witness reported the 
crash of n single engine plane to 
Pennington county law enforce- 
ment center Thursday evening. 

At about 9: 10 p.m. Thursday, the 
Pennington county law enforce-. 
. mem center in Thief River Falls- 
received a report that a private *air- 
plane crashed in Pennington coun- 
ty. River Falls township, section 1 0, 
which is between three qnd four 



milcscastofSL Hilaire. According 
to the report, an eye witness saw 
the crash and went to a neighbor's 
house, who called. in on the E911 
system. 
The pilot and only occupant of 
"igC'Bellaaca single engine fixed 
wing plane was pronounced dead 
upon arrival of the Pennington 
County Sheriffs Department and 
Midwest Ambulance. Killed in the 



crash was 54-year-old Everett 
Thomas Flesche of rural Sl Hilaire. 

According to law enforcement 
officials Friday moming.the Feder- 
al Aviation Administration (FAA) 
would arrive in Thief River Falls 
about noon on Friday to conduct 
their investigation of the cause of 
thcacddenL 

No further details about the acci- 
dent were available. It was not 



known whether Flesche was spray- 
ing, but the smell of some chemi- 
cals was evident at the crash scene. 
Pennington county sheriffs 
department wished to recognize 
assistance given to them by the 
Minnesota Stale Patrol, Thief River 
Falls Police Department. Marsholl 
County Sheriff's office. Thief River 
Falls fire department and St, Hilaire 
fire department. 



Community education depart- 
ment of School District 564 will 
offer a number of classes nnd pro- 
grams during tho coming weeks, 
according to Jane Mattson, director. 

Registration is to take place in 
person at the community education 
office in tho school district service 
center (Zeh Street and LaBrce 
Avenue) or by mail No phone reg- 
istrations will be accepted unless 
Indicated for specific courses. The 
office is open from 8 n.m. to 4:30 
p.m; Monday through Friday. For 
further information call 681-8740. 

Registrations arc still being 
taken for the following classes: 
rprlver's education will be 
offered for students 15 years of age 
and older from July 22 to August 2 
from 7 to 10 a.m. at Lincoln high 
school. Fee is $125. 

Summer volleyball league starts 
July 2 and will continuo from 6:15 
to 9:15 pjn. in the Lincoln gym on 
JulyS, 11, 15, 18, 23, 25 and 30 
and August 1, 6, 8, 13 and 15. Fee 
will bc$15 and participants may be 
in grades seven through 12 (1990- 
91 school year). 

Girls basketball clinic will be 



in the Lincoln gymnasium. Tom 
Schafcr will be the instructor in a 
review of basketball fundamentals 
and scrimmages with a cost of $8. 

Soccer will take place at 
Franklin- field July 13 to August 31. 
Five and six-year-olds will play 
from 10 to 11:30 n.m., seven and 
eight- year-olds from 12:30 to 2 

fi.m. and ■nine-year-olds and older 
rom 2 to 2:30p.m. CostisSlO. 

Short course in identification of 
birds of northwestern Minnesota 
will be held in two sessions under 
the instruction of Art Welter in 
room 520 at Franklin middle 
school. Sessions will be from 7:30 
to 10 n-m. July 15-18 or August 5- 
8, CostisS20. 

Shocbax to showcase is the title 
of a three-hour seminar to be pre- 
sented by Connie Strandquist on* 
how to create an attractive, photo- 
safe scrapbook album. Sessions 
will Be July 16 and August 26 from 
7 to 10 p.m. at a site to be 
announced. Cost Is $8 and persons 
13 years of age-to adult may partici- 
pate. 

(Continued on Page 22) 



TRF city council approves 
request for building store 



Thief River Falls city council 
has approved a request to locate a 
convenience store and gas station at 
the intersection of Pennington 
avenue and First street in Thief 
River Falls. The council consid- 
ered changes that would allow the 
owner to build the store Tuesday 
night at its regularly scheduled 
council meeting. 

Objections to a request for zon- 
ing changes and variances for the 
store revolved around traffic con- 
cerns at the Intersection. With 
Hugo's and the turkey processing 
plant nearby and more students 
traveling to the airport to partici- 
pate in the aviation program, some 
councilmcn expressed concern that 
the proposed gas and convenience 



store would add too much traffic to. 
the busy intersection. 

But a report from the Minnesota 
department of transportation 
seemed to dispel some of the con- 
cerns. Traffic counts in 1979 and 
1987 were about 11.000 and 8.000. 
At the time the count was mode in 
1977 Arctic was at its peak and 
there was only a two lone bridge at 
the time. 

More concerns were dispelled 
when it was suggested that the 
island at the location be expanded 
to prevent .southbound traffic from 
making a left turn across two traffic 
lanes to get into the station. Traffic 
will have to enter the station from 
First street if they arc traveling 
south. 



Mike Wiebolt had to bring the 
project before the council because a 
zoning change and variance were 
required before he could build the 
station. Both requests were 
approved by the council. 

Wiebolt said the station will 
consist of three gas pumpers (18 
hoses), a convenience store with 
hot fast food and maybe bait. He 
said he hopes it will be open by 
Christmas. 

The city council also approved a 
public safety recommendation to 
participate in the D.A.R.E. pro- 

As explained by Police Chief 
Ken Froschheiser and Aldcrwoman 
Jean Hcinrichs, D.A.R.E. or Drug 
Abuse Resistance Education is the 



result of a cooperative effort 
between the Los Angeles Unified 
School District and the Los Ange- 
les Police department. The pro- 
gram is now mandatory in all LA 
public schools and has been picked 
up by many school districts 
Hcinrichs, who is coordinating a 
local organizational group to sup- 

Eort the program, said that she 
opes Pennington county will also 
participate in the cost of the pro- 
gram. A grant that would pay for 
the training of one police officer 
and one sheriffs deputy has been 
applied for. If the grant is received 
and the training conducted, an offi- 
cer will teach the course to students 
for two hours a day during a 17- 
week period. 



Oak Ridge church centennial this weekend 




Locatoo seven miles wost and one mile north 
Of Thlet Rlvor Falls, Oak Ridge Lutheran 
church will obsorvo Its 100th anniversary this 



weekend with evonts Saturday and Sunday, 
Juno 29 and 30. A number of former pastors 
will bo returning to join In the services. 



Organized in I891. Oak Ridge 
Lutheran church northwest of Thief 
River Falls will observe its 100th 
anniversary with special events this 
Saturday and Sunday, June 29 and 
30. The church is located seven 
miles west and one mile north of 
Thief River Falls and is port of a 
joint parish with Zion Lutheran 
church of Viking. 

An old-time Gospel get-together 
will take place at 4 p.m. Saturday 
with music provided by groups 
from the church. A light supper 
will be served at 5;30 p.m. follow- 
■ ing the service, which will include 
comments from returning pastors 
who have served the church. 

At 10 a.m. Sunday a joint ser- 
vice with Zion will be held at Oak 
Ridge with Rev. Sieve Hogbcrg of 
the synod office in Moorhcad as the 
speaker. A Swiss steak dinner will 
be served at noon. 

Closing assembly will be at 3 
p.m. with returning pastors to again 
participate in the program. 
Souvenir items being offered for 
sale both days include a history 
book, cookbook, caps, cups, plates 
and bells. Rev. Mike Hcrschbergcr 
is present pastor of Oak Ridge and 
Zion. 

Norval Johnson, 90. whose par- 
ents were charier members of the 



first church and who was baptized 
and confirmed there, plans to be in 
attendance. He is a resident of 
Valley Home in Thief River Falls. 

Formed in 1891 as Immanucl 
Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran 
church, the congregation joined the 
synodon April 14, 1891. Rcv.P.T. 
Hi I men was temporary pastor. 
Other pastors serving through 1917 
arc listed in church minutes as Rev. 
L, Brcvig, Rev. Aastad, Rev. M. 
FIckke, Rev. T. L. Rosholt, Rev. S. 
T. Palm, Rev. A. K. Lockren, Rev. 
Grylling and Rev. A. H. Bcrgford. 

Listed as early members of the 
congregation arc Bcrtil Olscn. A. 
Aavik, Olc Arncscn, Andreas 
Johnson. Olc Pcderson, Ole 
Ronning. O. Tandbcrg, J. Buggc, 
Andreas Maarcsta (Mosscstad), 
Hans Olson, Gulbran Pcderson, 
Karl Vikc, Albert Pcderson, Pcder 
Swanson. Lars Amundson, Hans 
Brotcng and Oscar Pcderson. ' 

First pastor was paid on the 
basis of $5 per family annually and 
two festival offerings per year. In 
1903 the offerings amounted to 
S30. 

In May of 1892 a church yard 
was purchased and fenced and in 
1906 it was decided to build a 24- 
32 foot building with 2x6 rafters. 
John Wasti was head carpenter with 



assistance from Lewis Aaseby, 
Julius Mosscstad. Oscar Pcderson 
and Andrew Johnson. All labor 
was donated. 

Rev. Palm of Holt served the 
congregation at that time, arriving 
by horse and buggy Saturday 
evening, spending the night and 
returning to Holt Sunday night. 
Planks were used for lack of pews 
for many years. First confirmation 
service was held in the unfinished 
church in June of 1906 with con fir- 
man ds including Amanda Braicng, - 
Julius Olson, Julius Pcderson, 
Sophie Ronning and George 
Mosscstad. 

In 1917 a special meeting was 
held to consider joining Immanucl 
and Landsiad churches. The merg- 
er took place in 1918 and the 
merged congregation took the name 
Oak Ridge Evangelical Lutheran. 

Ncls K. Anderson, John Wasli 
and Olaus Ordal were elected to the 
first board of deacons with Peter 
Swanson. Andrew Johnson and 
Halvor Hanson as trustees. Other 
officers serving during those early 
years of Oak Ridge were Peter 
Voldncss. Carl Braicng, Ed Scvrc, 
Theodore Anderson.- — EJjas 
Joringdal. C. E. Aas. A. Ordal, Nils 
Nora. Pcder Bugge, Gordon Olson, 
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SCAVENGER HUNT 

For next week's Activities 
feature, you will need your time 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Help your child understand the 
meaning of Independence Day with 
this book from the Thief River Falls 
public library: 

Graves. Charles Pailin. Fourth 
of July. This book describes the 



events of July J. 1776; early cele- 
brations of the day: and the sym- 
bols, patriotic music, fireworks, 
monuments and statues associated 
with this holiday. 

VIDEO VARIETY 

The Grtal Honey Pol Robbery. 
From the Winnie the Pooh cartoon 
television series, this video contains 
three stories: The Great Honey Pot 
Robbery.* "Stripes" and 'Monkey 
Sec, Monkey Do Better." 

(Contributed by the Northwest 
Regional Library.) 

PARENTING TIPS 

July 4lh Activities 

The July 4 th holiday seems to be 
a time when many of us try to take 
advantage of summer activities. 
You may be planning to watch a 
parade, to spend a day at the beach, 
to have a family gathering, to enjoy 
a picnic or to do some other outdoor 
activities. Whatever your plans are 
here are some tips to help you have 
a safe and enjoyable holiday. 



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(liii and din. Therefore everyone 
u more luscepublc to lunburn at 
ihoie lotatwns. No nutter where 

bums more easily thin . 
coruklcr where you will he and use 
tun screen or run block Vconlingly. 
and remember to take a good sun 
hat, loo. 

When at the beach, bong beach 
toys in a laundry baiket or mesh 
bajr. You can easily dunk them in 
the water at the end of the day to 
nnsc off the sand. 

O Remove diapers from babies 
before they go into the water. They 
absorb too much water and become 
so heavy thai the baby can loose 
his/her balance and not be able to 
gel up in the water. 

O Plan ahead: try to anticipate 
what the day's activities will be like 
and even though you need to take 
lots of things: Go Prepared! 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
of School District 564.) 



Talk about your activities a day or 
two ahead of time to prepare your 
child. Children n&ed to know what 
to expect and what you expect of 
them, especially in a new situation. 

(Contributed by the Early Child- 
hood Family Education department 
of School District 564.) 



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Weeds cause 
safety problem 



Weeds in the river — a topic 
holly discussed last year — is o 
topic at the cily council again. 

Tuesday the cily council agreed 
to have law enforcement work in 
cooperation with Pennington coun- 
ty in setting up signs warning 
swimmers and water skiers of the 
hazards involved in swimming or 
skiing in the river. The weeds have 
become so thick in some places that 
it poses a dangerous hazard to any- 
one caught in them. 

Tuesday night. Police Chief Ken 
Froschhciser requested that the 
signs be put up at the docks. 

City councilmcn were concerned 
that the city was taking on a 
responsibility for something over 
which it had no jurisdiction. The 
river is under the jurisdiction of 
Pennington county. 

Chief Froschhciser said the city 
placed itself in jeopardy by culling 
weeds last year. 

The council advised Chief 
Froschheiscr to work with Penning- 
ton county in putting up signs 
warning swimmers und skiers of 
the danger. 

Mayor Bob Carlson also said he 
had received some complaints from 
residents about the taste and odor 
of the city's water supply. He said 
he was told that the amount of 
weeds, algae and water temperature 



were affecting the lasic and smell 
of the water. He said water treat- 
ment plant employees were doing 
everything they could lo correct the 
problem. 

Cily officials met with the Red 
Lake Watershed district recently to 
discuss possibility of receiving 
assistance to cut the weeds and in 
the future, assistance in dredging 
the river. 

The council has proposed a 
another meeting with the Red Lake 
Watershed district on July 11 to dis- 
cuss the options available. Many 
members of the council would like 
to sec the river dredged. 

Don Stewart, community devel- 
opment director, pointed out that it 
would take about three years just to 
process all of the permits required 
to dredge the river. 




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Here are more of those recipes I 

Promised you from "Food Editors' 
avoritcs— Treasured Recipes," 
courtesy of MADD (Mothers 
Against Drunk Driving). 

Marilyn Hagcrty of the Ornnd 
Forks Herald contributed this recipe 
for an elegant, tasty appetizer; 

Salmon Roll 
I con (16 ounces) red salmon 
1/2 cup chopped pecans 

1 package (8 ounces) softened 

creamed cheese 
3 ublespoons chopped fresh parsley 

2 drops liquid smoke or Worcester- 

shire sauce 

Combine salmon, cream cheese 
and liquid smote or Worcestershire 
sauce. Mix well. 

Shape into ball or log and roll in 
mixture of pecans and parsley. Roll 
in plastic wrap or waxed paper and 
chill to blend flavors. Serve with 
crackers. 

This recipe is also from Marilyn 
Hagerty. She says, "When summer 
melts into September, the days grow 
cooler and you have more zucchini 
than you know how to handle. 
Here's a simple, super zucchini 
soup. It's almost too easy to 
believe — and it is low in calories." 
Zucchini Soup 

2 cups sliced zucchini 
' 2 cups water 

3 chicken bouillon cubes 
1 cup milk 

Add sliced zucchini to combined 
water and bouillon cubes in 
saucepan. Heal until zucchini is ten- 
der 

Pour mixture into blender or food 
processor and puree. Return pureed 
mixture to pan and add milk. Heat 
to serving temperature. 

This cold soup recipe is from 
Mary Hart Sorcnson of the Min- 
prapnlfa Star nnd Tribune. She says, 

• "This recipe came from a reader 
more than IS years ago and is the 
most filling nnd delicious gnzpacho 
I have ever consumed." 

Gaxpncho 
I small clove garlic, chopped and 
'. mashed 

• 1 tablespoon granulated sugar 

■ 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 

" 1 can (46 ounces) tomato juice 
.' ]/4 cup vegetable oil 

■ 2 tablespoons lemon juice 

'. 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 

' 3 tomatoes, finely chopped 

; l cucumber, peeled ana diced 

■ 1 green pepper, finely diced 
! 1 cup shredded carrots 

■ 1 cup thinly sliced celery 

; 1/4 cup thinly sliced green onion 

Combine garlic, sugar, salt, 
; tomato juice, oil, lemon juice and 

■ Worcestershire in large bowl. Beat 

• until well-blended. 

Stir in tomatoes, cucumber, green 
' pepper, carrots, celery and green 
J onion. Cover and chill for several 
i. hours before serving. 

Note: This keeps 3-4 days in the 
- . refrigerator. Calorics con be cul by 
•*' eliminating the vegetable oil. The 
- texture will not be as thick, but the 
;y flavor will not be impaired. 

Z ■ Those of you who arc bread bak- 
- ; era might like to try this recipe from 
;• Rlwinnr Ostmnn nf the fit. Paul Pio- 
r ; neer Press and P fc mfltch . It sounds 
*• delicious. 

- ; She says, "My, mother invented 
"- this bread by drawing on several 
'Scandinavian recipes. It 



essential ot our home during the hol- 
idays. After she died, I found a 
scrap of paper on which I'd written 
just the ingredients one day early in 
my marriage. I'd never mode the 
bread while she was alive, but now 
I've reconstructed the recipe and it 
tastes just as good as my memories 

Mother's Molasses 
Raisin Rye Dread 

2 packages active dry yeast 
1/2 cup warm water 

3 1/2 cups liquid (milk, water or a 

combination of both) 
2 cups raisins 
2 cups rye flour 

1 cup rolled oau 
1/4 cup honey 

2 tablespoons caraway seeds 
5 to 6 cups flour 

1/2 to 3/4 cup molasses 
1/2 cup vegetable oil 

4 teaspoons salt 

Dissolve yeast In warm water. 
Combine yeast mixture, liquid, 
raisins, rye flour, oats, honey and 
caraway seeds. Add enough flour, 
about 2 cups, to make batter of 
sponge consistency. Let rise until 
ifuffy. 

Stir In molasses, oil and salt. Add 
enough regular flour, 1 cup at a 
time, to make workable dough. 
Knead until soft and elastic. 

Divide dough into 3 parts. Form 
into round loaves and place on 
greased baking sheets. Let rise, cov- 
ered, in a worm place 1 hour or until 
doubled in bulk. 

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. 
Bake bread 10 minutes ana then 
reduce heat to 350 degrees and bake 
for 35-40 minutes more. Cool on 
wire racks. 

One more recipe from Eleanor 
Ostmon of the fit- Paul Press nnd 
Di spatch. She says, "You should 
enter these in the Minnesota State 
Fair,' I told a friend after tasting 
these sensational cookies. They're 
the best I'd ever had. Although she 
was quite ill at the time, she took 
some to the fair and won a ribbon," 

Everyday Cookies 
1 cup butter or margarine 
1 cup granulated sugar 
I cup light brown sugar 

1 cup vegetable oil ■ 

2 eggs 

1 teaspoon vnnilln 

3 1/2 cups flour 

I teaspoon cream ortanar 

1 teaspoon soda 

1 teaspoon salt 

1 cup crispy rice cereal 

1 cup quick-cooking oats 

1 cup coconut 

1/2 cup chopped pecans 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

Cream butter, sugars und oil. 
Add eggs and vanilla and beat well 
so oil doesn't separate. 

Add flour mixed with cream of 
tartar, soda and salt, Stir in cereal, 
oats, coconut and nuts. 

Drop by tcuspoonfuls onto 
ungrcascd cookie sheets and flatten 
slightly. Bake on lower shelf of 
oven for 5-6 minutes. 

Mov» to middle of oven nnd fin- 
ish baking until lightly browned, 
about 5 minutes. Watch carefully so 
they don't become too brown'. 
Remove from sheets and cool. 

(If o pan of dough is ready to put 
on the lower shelf of the oven when 
the one already in the oven is 
moved to the middle shelf, baking 
will be speeded.) 



— I DEATHS I 

Ellen Hasnedl, 80 

SL Hllalre— Ellen Ilasnedl, 80, 
died June 26 ot Hillcrcst Nursing 
Home in Red Lake Falls. 

Funeral services will be held June 
29 at 2 p.m. ot the Culvory Lutheran 
church in SL Hilairc with Rev, Tcrri 
Skildum officiating. Interment will 
be in Greenwood cemetery in Thief 
River Falls. The Green Funeral 
Home is in charge of arrangements. 

Visitation will be Friday from 1 
to 9 p.m. at the Green Funeral 
Home and at the church Saturday 
for one hour before the services. 

Warroad and 
Badger celebrate 
Fourth of July 

Badger and Warroad have many 
things planned for the fourth of July 
celebration. 

Badger — July 4, from 1 to 5 pjn. 
there will be a brush strokes art 
show at the community hall. At 1 
pjn. there will also be a flea market 
at Gambles building. At 1:30 p.m. 
there will be a kiddie parade. 3 pjn. 
there will be n mini tractor pull nt 
Roggenbuck field, and from 5 to 7 
p.m. a remote control airplane 
show. From 7 to 9 p.m. will be the 
lip-sync contest and talent show nl 
the school gym. For the dancers 
there will be on adult dance at the 
V.F.W. rrom 9 pjn. to 1 njn. and a 
teen dnncc at the community hall 
from 9 p.m. to ln.m. 

Warroad— July 4 at 8 n.m. the 
men's 12 team double elimination 
■ softball tournaments will begin. 

The kiddie parade will begin at 
9:30 a.m. and a baking contest will 
be held at 12 noon at the beach. 

From 1 to 5 p.m. there will be nn 
Army equipment demonstration at 
the beach. Beginning at 2 p.m. Dr. 
Steve McKcnzie will be conducting 
a chainsaw sculpture demonstration 
on the front of.Warroad Airways. 

A volleyball tournament will 
begin at 3:30 p.m. at the beach. At 
4 p.m. the Rustic Squares will show 
their stuff with a square. dance 
demonstration. 

A pizza eating contest will be 
held at 7 p.m. at Danny's Pizza. 

Greg Grnhn will perform air- 
plane nerobou'es beginning at 9 p.m. 
in the area of the beach. At 9:30 
n.m., following the air show, the 40 
North Sailing club will lead a torch- 
light parade on the river and a fire- 
works display will complete the 
day's activities. 

Lampert Lumber 
operates under 
bankruptcy code 

Lampert Lumber company in 
Thief River Falls, along with other 
home and building centers of the. 
company, plans to continue normal 
operations while the company seeks 
investors to provide funding for a 
plan of reorganization. 

Lampert announced in St. Paul 
this week that it had filed June 21 
far reorganization under Chapter 11 
of the U.S. bankruptcy code. The 
action was token because the com- 
pany was unable to reach an agree- 
ment with the bank, prior to filing 
for Chapter 11, which would pro- 
vide Uic financing needed to contin- 
ue to operate the business. 

A post-petition financing agree- 
ment has now been reached with 
the lender 

Management of the local 
Lambert buil ding center said that 
the center is now able to order ply- 
wood and lumber materials which 
had been on hold for about two 
months and that supplies will be 
arriving os they become available. 




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Cyclone-like winds 
whip through area 



Cyclone like winds [raveling un 
estimated 90 miles per hour caused 
considerable damage in Marshall 
County early Wednesday morning. 

Officials at Marshall County 
Sheriffs department feci no one 
was injured because of the early 
hour of the siorm. A Marshall 
County Sheriffs department 
spokesperson believes l*o cyclone 
like winds went through Warren at 
2 n.m. and again at 2:15 a.m. They 
demt believe they were tornados. 

The winds, which were believed 
to have been traveling at about 90 
miles per hour uprooted and dam- 
ogetl trees. The spokesperson said 
they estimated 150 trees in the city 
of Warren were knocked down or 
uprooted. They had several reports 
of trees falling on houses, cars and 
garages. A large tree crashed on 
the Harold Sicflen home on Fourth 
street ripping open the roof and 
awakening Harold 1 and Flossie Stef- 
fen who were drenched with water 
but not injured 



The sheriffs department also 
estimated that about 50 pa cent of 
the trees in the city park were dam- 
aged, fewer was lost and had not 
been returned to normal in parts of 
the city as of Wednesday noon. 

Not only were ihcy thankful that 
nobody was injured but they were 
thankful that so many people were 
pitching in to help clean up the 
mess. 1 Tic spokesperson saia offi- 
cers have been on duty all night. 
After a long night, it was encourag- 
ing to sec everyone pitching in, the 
spokesperson said. 

But Warren was not the only city 
reporting damage from the strong 
winds. The spokesperson said 
damage reports were coming in 
from Alvnrado, Argylc, Middle 
River, and Newfoldcn. 

They were also receiving reports 
from farmers. There were some 
reports of caved-in grain bins. In 
one instance a grain bin was said to 
have rolled a mile or so from its 
foundation. 




Rosalind Lono ol Lono's Woodworking ot Twin Valley had the 
Bbovo display ol Horns at tho Woman of Today crafts festival In 
Floyd B. Olson park In Thiol Rlvor Falls Saturday, June 22. 



Ij; Highway clean up project 



New regulations of small boilers 



Harold Staffer) Is up on the roof of hts home on Fourth street In 
Warren, surveying the damage from the wind storm that swopt 
through the area Wednesday morning. The large tree pictured 
above was blown onto his home, crashing through the bed- 
room whefe he and his wife Flossie wore asleep. (Warren Shoal 
photo) 



Owners of small boilers should 
be aware of a federal law that 
affects facilities that in the past have 
not needed air quality permits, the 
Minnesota Pollution Control Agen- 
cy (MPCA) warns. Boiler owners 
who fail to apply for permits risk 
violating federal law and the possi- 
bility of monetary penalties. 

New federal regulations that 
went into effect on September 12, 
1990, affect all boilers with a maxi- 
mum heat input capacity of as little 
as 10 million Btu an hour. If con- 
struction began on the boilers have 



been or will be modified or recon- 
structed any time since June 9, 
1989, the coders are subject to this 
regulation. The MPCA says that the 
regulation applies to many boilers 
operated by schools, hospitals, nurs- 
ing homes, apartment buildings and 
small industrial plants. 

Sometimes boiler owners make 
changes and are not aware of the 
new federal requirements, the 
MPCA says. This is especially true 
In cases where in the past the boilers 
did not need to have air quality per- 
mits because of their small size. 



In just 12 months, more than 
4,000 groups in the state have vol- 
unteered to help keep Minnesota 
roods and highways free of litter. 
The Minnesota department of trans- 
portation's Adopt-A-Highway pro- 
gram is one year old, according to 
John H. Riley, commissioner of 
transportation. 

"The outpouring of support from 
tho citizens of Minnesota for this 
program has been tremendous," said 
Commissioner Riley, "the number 
of volunteers signed up since May 
1990 have exceeded all of our 
expectations." 

Volunteers include civic clubs, 
churches, businesses, families and 
individuals. Each has adopted at 
least two miles of state highway. 
The commitment includes a promise 
to clean up their "adopted" miles at 
least three times a year for two 
years. The Mn/DOT provides vests, 
bags, safety information, trash pick- 



up and a pair of highway sighs to 
identify each group. 

Because of the program's suc- 
cess. Mn/DOT warns motorists to 
be alert for the hundreds of Adopt- 
A-Highway crews picking up litter 
this summer along state highways. 
Drivers should watch for volunteers 
. fanned out over the ditches and steer 
clear of filled trash bags along the 
roadside. 

"We congratulate the Adopt-A- 
Highway volunteers on their first 
anniversary and wish them contin- 
ued success," said Commissioner 
Riley. "The responsibility of keep- 
ing our environment clean belongs 
to each of us, and Adopt-A-Hign- 
way volunteers take their commit- 
ment seriously." 

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PonlOOB pOTOrJt 

set for July 4 

Nay-Tab-WiasB — The 

second annual parade of deco- 
rated pontoons will be held 
July 4 at 10 ojn. at South Twin 
lake. Nay-Tah-Waush. The 
parade on water starts near 
Kalsln'i and proceed! past 
Pinchunt, Lynwood, EDtfioni 
and then returns. Admission h 
free. (Farmers Independent) 

Pre-Horvest feitrvd to 
be held July 20 

Waubun — A pre-harvest ' 
festival at Waubun is Kt for 
Saturday, July 20 with plans 
underway for a parade, horse- 
shoe and vollevball tourna- 
ments, a magic show and musi- • 
cal entertainment. There will 
also be a dunking tank, child- 
ren's games and concession 
stands. (Mahnomen Pioneer) 

Mcintosh (ommraity --" 
center dedication planned' 

Mcintosh — The formal 
dedication of (he Mcintosh 
Centennial community center- 
will be held July 4 at 10 -un.-.. 
A program will be presented, , 
followed by refreshments.' 
Senator Roger Moe will givo a 

brief address at the program _.....,. 

and a door plaque will be pre-' ' by ihe'coojortitrJD. cBainl'ibo^P 
semed to the city. (Mcintosh - woayett^tonbOTUgwr^ 
Times) ■ —■'■"-- 



Btjw — lienben of tbe\ 
Immaculate ConcfpU w CttVl ; 
olic chad, to Bejel wdl cob- «« 
bote the chiscbV7Ml emf**- V 
wry Jnaa 30 with a. Man at /,i 
10:30 a jo. foUowisg by,t-; - 
podock dhuet After Jcaepb • " 
taeselbarh or Mahnonvn win - 
offlcisto. ■ The chateh has . 
apprasiniBiBly.43 famfhVt fn> ''; 
really oa iu roeabership list '■•; 
with about MasfaltaBeaiban. . • 
The cfantch'wta orgaolxed to ,-. 
the faU or 1916. (Bhm^ 
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bealth center, with hosplttlst ; 



from areettbssh L 
Karlstad, Rosen anoV. . „. 

devehy JcJnt'pcofxaBia- hi thai - - 
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; tuppcfi nd joint 'a cppl o yiBcilt yj 
CTCont iacr i ri g, , vrhe l <i '" '"* 

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Rlvervlew hospital goes '.; 
"smoke free" v,;:- 

Crookston — Effective 
July l, Rivervicw hospital will ' 
become a smoko-freo focillry.- 



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^ w ^^!°>^™ ,u ^? -Forks fscilily'toiignificanUy;,' 

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and medical staff members, 
The current policy sfated'that 
hospital patients may smoke 
with a physician's order. 
(Crookston Daily Times) 



increase lognr pipdoctlrJoL 

capacity,,«; T ihai pl>^t.^Tuiy; 



W]HIWi;^M UHk WHIM , «HW]... 

Investmeht;-b; r tle 1 :aMWid^'' 

Iargest'by:the rampany^lnca^rj 

■ngv-rjeatgnwenjMianwdy. 

v the cornpany fcc,S8o raiQion : ia • v 

Gonvia Boraain Center., ■'.iioti ^^r^jarger protect 

mliluul c^iJhJ' ,i' : v^was-me'espBun^'ctfine-East 1 

Convlck - The Gonvlct Ma^^^^£Ssoooi):V~ 
nrnin center was robbed oti'r^^-^^vi^-i^i&wvwAMK 
S100 last week' W*V"Ul¥#$^- ^gfe^^xV 
g, blonde womi>nwBP..V;.^ f j^?-'y5jf;.7ft^^^|^ 



young, Dionoe woman wdd... •.. :-uwJt ■!£.•'- " Z^'-L- 
brought a pair of jeans to tho :; ':'.. f WOlMCOMiy 



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counter and ■' ssuii!kuw , 'Abuja l ' : -"^ t 

clerk o knife and askodifor.^--'. '■H~TO«iP'" LTO\& 
money. She.told tho clerk: she*,-;. ^?.:ivT^•^^y.-^.^i■•2.'M,&i;; 
would lock her in the bath- ■ ; , -'Mtata.^milfli^BBwfi't';: 



t _ ojiniy;.i IUat6rieit'£stc 

_ -.rnasentf'wULfarlnsnii .. .. 

talking to them while tho rob-, ;/alrwthis,woes»na'wIm 



room.' Two boys wen entered 1 '"county;;] 
tbc store and the clerfcr began. -"— ■?**-- <■■ 



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bcr left the stored The clert^j^plsVArrbAJtoHBiia^u^^ 
then sent the boys to iPiwfeifWrmiiflr^ 

police. Therobber is rteodbod^ ■ wHI ■be:pBrroracd^iJe*nW ; . ; 
as being in her ^fchMbnicWTinl-'^.t 

hcavyset with bfw;eyet> -/Tho > , y ( mdty'prafl)ssor.ur^ I mtu^^; 
sbcrilT had the DNR bring to 'Auma^OiheT^eaUir^brittetf' 
their blcodhound.lc i try to mck^eveni wm46/ftffldr«;;a;Wue3;r 
the woman since she had Jisn- , i ,- grait'band incl^ 'jcttTO'MoJ^fcv 
died the jeans she brought to ■ -'8ttcdrdjY>" : " -^'^f S^'jSS^Iti?.* 
the. counter, but had left them ^.'Jj^^V^t^SBfe^vfl® 
In the Store. Qje&ier'Recatiy^),^^ 

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Doudcllt - Tio «eco»d -"sSSS'^^j i^gSjJ? 

June 19. . The line fe«ort cla^rmicaxutwia'xm^i- 
Four Mile Bay tho following -'cenuajhlil IwWmfepUawt; f 
day with noappTOt.*w,';Ba*T0«'5XSSwft|; 

A similar bcident was reported - 
June 4-with a privately-owned 
craft taken. Law enforcement. 

■with. Rev, Gerald CJoWouTd? 

ating. ;,. .(Crookston " Dally,. 

Times) " ' 



ofHcials arc continuing tho 
investigation, (B&udettQ 
Region) 



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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 28, 1991 



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Dear Clients and Friends, 

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Marvin LundJn 
Editor 

Editorial opinion published on this pose, whether his own and not necessarily those of other staff 
locally written or re-printed from other sources is members. Opinions expressed in items Jfrom other 
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our readers. Opinions expressed by the editor are views butarc offered for their general interest 




Lawbreakers Aren't 
Paying The Price 

"Law and order," states criminologist and 
author L. Gordon Crovitz, "implies cause and 
effect. The United States is now discovering 
the corollary: A legal system that fails to 
protect order signals flaws in the law itself. We 
now have a legal system that creates chaos and 
disdains order. As a result, criminals rule our 
urban streets...." 

Crime opens a flood of emotions from fear 
to helplessness, frustration, disgust, anger and 
even revengeuThere Js-i^common. feeling that 
anyone who causes harm or loss to another 
person should pay a penalty to the person 
wronged and to society in general. And the 
feeling is spreading that the law and those who 
interpret it and make decisions under it are not 
making certain that penalties are being paid. 

In an article in National Review, Grovilz 
refers to the "surrender of the courts" in cases 
like Papachristou vs. City of Jacksonville 
where Supreme Court Justice William O. 
Douglas overturned the conviction of several 
defendants arrested on a local vagrancy 
ordinance, even though several of them had 
long criminal histories and one was carrying 
heroin. In his decision,- Justice Douglas wrote: 
"Persons 'wandering or strolling' from place to 
place have been extolled by Walt Whitman and 
Vachel Lindsay." 

"But most American streets are hardly 
poetic and today there is renewed interest in 
vagrancy laws as a deterrent to open-air drug 
markets," points out Philip C. Clarke of 
America's Future, Inc. 

"As for the court system, if and .when 
violent criminals are arrested and brought to 
trial, legal manipulation of the system, along 
with the sheer number of criminals being 
processed, can lead to absurdity." 

Clarke points out that Steven Lopez, for 
example, the alleged ringleader in the now- 
famous Central Park jogger rape case, ended up 
in court plea bargaining to stealing a radio. 

In Albany, NY, a child molester had his 
conviction overturned on a classic technicality: . 
The judge decided that while it was permissible 
for the police to have searched the suspect's car, 
it was not OK for them to have looked at an 
obscene videotape they found there. The 
videotape showed the man molesting four 
young children. 

While there arc growing cries for capital 
punishment and/or other increasingly severe 
forms of punishment for those who commit 
violent crime, studies would indicate that 
severity of punishment is not as great a 
deterrent as certainty of punishment 

"For first time offenders," Clarice says, 
"many critics (of the present situation) propose 
such alternatives to prison as boot camps, drug 
treatment and release under supervision. Such 
alternatives, it is argued, at least would ensure 
that lawbreakers pay some price and don't just 
walk away. As things now stand, crime pays 
the criminal 

"Right now in New York City, where the 
murder rate rose 18 per cent in 1990, the 
chances of a crime leading to arrest, conviction 
and any kind of serious prison time'is less than 
one in 100! And nationwide, only 53 per cent 
of those arrested for murder go to prison." 

In a study titled "Crime and Poverty: Which 
Comes First," policy analyst Carl F. Horowitz 
of the conservative, Washington-based Heritage 
Foundation, maintains that "poverty does not 
cause crime; crime causes poverty." 

In addition to the real costs in loss of life 
and property, Horowitz says, fear of crime 
depresses property values which only feeds the 
vicious cycle. 



U.S. Attorney General Dick Thornburgh 
correctly states, "The debate over the root 
causes of crime will go on for decades. But the 
carnage in our own mean streets must be halted 
now." 

That means tougher laws, tougher enforce- 
ment and especially tougher courts where those 
who value human life consistently prevail over 
those who don't. 

"It may cost more money," Clarke says, "but 
the price of doing nothing will be a lot higher." 



How Can We Understand 
Independence? 



- Who among us in the United States today is 
enough of a patriot to match the sacrifice of 
Robert Morris of Pennsylvania, one of the 
signers of the Declaration of Independence on 
July 4, 17767 

Morris spent his entire fortunes-more than 
a million dollars — to support the Revolutionary 
Army in its fight for freedom against the 
British. Never reimbursed for what he spent, he 
served three years in debtor's prison and, In 
failing health, died soon after his release. 

Signers of that historic document which is 
the basis for our great and free nation today 
knew full well the probable consequences of 
their act As representatives of the 13 colonies 
they weren't worrying about how their vote 
would sit with the folks back home,at the next 
election. >fl 

John Adams, who with John Hancock, 
another signer, were already under sentence of 
death if captured by the British, wrote to his 
wife Abigail: "The Declaration was, in fact, an 
act of treason.... Those who signed it took a 
good chance to incur the penalty meted out to 
traitors." 

William EUery of Rhode Island, the 22nd 
signer, wrote that he stood where he could 
watch the others. "I was determined to see how 
they all looked as they signed what might be 
their death warrant," he wrote. "Undaunted 
resolution was displayed on every 
countenance." 

Most of the signers suffered for their act. 
Francis Lewis of New York had his home 
burned by the British; his wife was put in prison 
for two years and died soon after her release. 
Lewis Morns'. New York estate was ransacked 
and destroyed. He eluded capture by taking 
refuge in caves and forests. 

Richard Stockton rushed home after signing 
the Declaration to rescue his family from 
advancing enemy troops. He was captured, 
thrown in prison, repeatedly beaten and nearly 
starved. He died an invalid in 1781. Thomas 
Heywood Jr. of South Carolina served in the 
Revolutionary Army and was taken prisoner. 
The British" raided his plantation and burned his 
buildings and his grief-stricken wife became ill 
and died soon after his release at the end of the 
war. 

We should give heed this and every 
Independence Day to the real sacrifices made by 
those brave men more than 200 years ago. As 
we honor those who more recently put their 
lives on the line to preserve our freedom 
through military action, we must not forget 
where it all began. 

The 27th of 56 signers, Benjamin Franklin, 
was asked what kind of government had been 
created on July 4, 1776. "A republic," he 
replied, "if you can keep it" 

Are wo strong enough, and do we value our 
independence enough, to be able to keep our 
Republic? Let us all pray that we are. 



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Friday, June 28, 1991 



— I LETTERS H 

To The Editor 

Upbeat! 

A few years ago Rev. E. V. Hill, 
a famous black pastor from Los 
Angeles, spoke at Founders Week 
at Moody Bible Institute. He 
referred to a time when he was 

Preaching "at a juicy revival in St. 
ouis where there was a group of 
black people gathered together and 
just singing and shouting and prais- 
ing Hie Lord." 

Last Sunday evening I didn't 
hear nny shouting, but I did witness 
a group of Scandinavians at the 
local Assemblies of God church 
singing and worshipping the Lord. 
There were worshippers from the 
Assemblies of God. First Baptist, 
Faith Lutheran Brethren, Our 
Saviour's Lutheran, Evangelical 
Covenant, United Methodist and 
Evangelical Free sharing in the ser- 
vice. Pastors, musical talent and 
congregational singing from partici- 
pating churches of like precious 
faith" joined in worship and testi- 
mony. 

The Father has given all authori- 
ty to the Son in the heavens and the 
earth and it is wise to honor and 
worship Him because the Day or 
the Lord is yet to come. The Father 
is seeking those who will worship 
Him inspirit and in truth. Arcnt 
those His words? The event 
. Sunday night was worthwhile and 
God-honoring. Worshipping in 
your own home and at your local 
church is most important, but an 
occasional joint worship service 
like last Sunday night is upbeat! 

Respectfully submitted, 

Carl L. Anderson 

Thief River Falls 

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Woman seeks relatives or information 



A woman presently living in 
Arizona and who hoi early child- 
hood memories of Thief River Falls 
ii seeking to establish contact with 
any relatives who may still be 
remaining in the area or informa- 
tion regarding such relatives. 

Geneva Johnson is the woman's 



maiden name and she believes her 
birth date to be April 30. 1933. 
although that date has not been ver- 
ified. She is believed to have been 
orphaned and was moved from 
home to home' in her early child- 
hood years, eventually going to 
school in the Southwest 



-* Anyone who may have informa-; 
lion that would be of assistance to- 
her in finding out more about her; 
background may contact her at 
(602) 384-3104 or a friend who ir 
assisting her, Dorothy Horner, aC 
Box 567, Willco*. AZ K5644. 





Craftsmen with various skills look part In the annual Woman of 
Today cratts fosllval Saturday at Floyd B. Olson park In Thiol 
Rlvor Falls. Kont Erlckson ol Grand Forks, ND, used a 
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Friday, June 28, 1991 



Former area resident sets sights on Olympic 



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Olympic Mi'airiori U-ji *i!l j!L<* 
her to a>m[ric fix one of [he l:» 
choke y\vu i«i the U.S. W^wn'i 
Olympic NUnthon Team. 

Manv alhlflei only dream of 
compennc ji i>l>mpK- tjlitnc, espe- 
cially .uhl.iri uitri three thilJrcn 
and a bliwl lujtar pruN.'m. 

"Soint'ihing happen* * hen I iLirt 
runniiii;. 1 think im're dearly and 
become more dxuseJ. " cud Hor- 
ion. 

Hunwi viij ii all hrpan taiher 
innocently. She juji used to run fur 
fun and (o keep her weight down. 
Early succeucs and her friends 
encouraged her to tatc running a 
little more wriously. 

She entered her first marathon 
four years ajio. slic said. Her poal 
was to run the entire length of ihc 



lVi 



■.■iijihon. After 
ul ihe Hopped 
Kit *ji entiHtf- 
m the Finland 
in. Sheiinnhcd 
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With a 



lime IiVl- tfut IncrtJt really began 
l«> lu^di that ihe take running 

She did and now she has two 
tiuvhewnd a trainer ui ovchcrihc 
itui-hmi; >he needs, tier recent 
iu>ce« with a 2:4^.00 maralhon 
resulted in encouragement to set 
her uj;hti on the Olympics. 

Il'» nut unusual for world cla\s 
runners to be in their 30s as is Hor- 
ton. ll n more unusual, however, to 
have three children before compet- 
ing seriously and no high school or 
college haclground in track and 
Held. 

It may be lhai watching afier 
three hoys, Calen 7, Ryan 5, and 
Andrew 3. helped prepare her for 
marathon training and racing. 

Certainly having two coaches, a 
trainer and running an average of 
70 miles per week helps prepare a 
person for the rigors of a maralhon, 
(Eventually she will increase her 



mileice to »t>out H5 milei per 
week. I Union h*s Alio been run- 
ning une rice e»erv two *ccki 
During the month of July ihc mil 
run a rxt every weekend. 

Running so miny itcei. ihc 
said, helps her become mentally 
prepared. She tlso explained thai 
ihc docsnl try to run her best race 
all the umc. She sets peals only for 
certain races. The others are just 
training runs for her. 

"You can't race your best all the 
lime." said Horton. 'You have to 



said Horton who was referring; to 
the Sl HiUire race Saturday. 

It wasn't one of her target races, 
but she said it will help her prepare 
for a race next weekend in Anchor- 
age. 

Honon U also bothered by a low 
blood sugar problem that on one 
occasion caused her to collapse and 
pass out ot the end of a race. 

Now she makes sure sho has 
time to digest a liquid energy drink 
before she starts the race and has 
something at the end of the race. 
She said she has plans to visit a 
Sports Physician in order to get the 



problem under control. 

Honon said that when things cet 
lough — as happens during pro- 
longed periods of training — she 
focuses on the fact that she knows 
she will feel twice as good once she 
completes her daily run. 

"Something happens when I start 
running. I think more clearly and 
become more focused, " said Hor- 
ton. 

One of the most unusual things 
to happen to her while she was run- 
ning happened when she met two 
bull moose on a training run. 

Horton said she was deep in 
thought when she looked up and 
saw two bull moose fighting. She 
stopped and stared, and so did the 
moose. 

It was one of those awkward 
moments when you don't know 
what to do but know you should do 
something and quickly. 

Horton said she decided to con- 
tinue along her way when the 
moose decided to take their argu- 
ment some place else. 

Although she is one of the top 
three women's runners in Alaska, 
Honon doesn't focus on that aspect 
of her racing. 



... -nporunl to be competitive. 
But, it's important to remember, she 
said, that there is someone out there 
who is better than you. Horton 
suggested that runner's should race 
against their own times. That way 
youll recognize your best effort, 
she said, even when you do not 
come in first. 

Another goal for Horton is to 
become a racer sponsored by a 
major corporation such as Asics. 
Sponsored runners usually get 
assistance from their sponsoring 
company and, if they're good 
enough, benefits from race organiz- 
ers bent on attracting top athletes to 
compete in their races. 

Horton also has goals outside of 
running. Horton said she grew up 
in rural Fertile on o farm. She 
attended Bemidji State University 
for one year and then moved to 
Alaska. She recently decided to 
complete her education. She is 
attending the University or Alaska 
at Anchorage where she plans to 
major in English. She said she 
wants to teach junior high English. 

For right now, Honon is focus- 
ing on a goal of running under a 
145.00 marathon at the Twin Cities 



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H NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 9 



Bankers believe 
state's economy 
getting better 

Dinkcri attending ihii year's 
annual meeting of Ihc Minnesota 
Bankers Association (MBA) sec 
marked improvement in the stale's 
economy. 

In a poll taken Tuesday during 
the three-day meeting which con- 
cluded Wednesday, more than half 
(56 per cent) of the bankers sur- 
veyed said their local economies 
were not experiencing a recession 
while- 34 per cent believe their econ- 
omy Is still feeling recessionary 
effects. Nine per cent said they 
were unsure or had no opinion. 

"Overall, Minnesota bankers arc 
optimistic about the economy in 
their local area," said Truman L. 
Jeflcn. MBA executive viccpr-si- 
dent and chief executive officer. 
"Even among those who feel they 
are still experiencing a recession, 
three out of four believe it will end 
no later than the first half of next 
year." 

Despite national aiiention on the 
lack of available credit, a majority 
• of Minnesota bonkers said they are 
_ making more loans this year than 
' last year. Fifty-five per cent of 
those responding said they had 
increased their loan-to-deposit ratio 
while 31 per cent said loans had 
remained nearly the same us last 
year. Only 15 per cent said their 
loan-to-deposit ratio had declined 
over the past 12 months. 

When asked about general con- 
sumer confidence in the economy, 7 
per cent of the bakers rated it high, 
while 74 per cent said it was aver- 
age and only 19 per cent character- 
lied it as low. 

Or those banks making agricul- 
tural loans on a regular basis, more 
than half (59 per cent) predicted that 
1991 would oc more difficult for 
farmers than 1990. Thirteen per 
cent of the respondents predict an 
improved year for formers in their 
area while 29 per cent see their local 
farm economy unchanged from 
1990. 

"The difficulties brought on by 
this year's heavy rains and the 
improvements in the agricultural 
economy in recent years moke com- 
parisons to last year discouraging," 
Jcffers said. 

Eighty-nine bankers attending 
this year's MBA annual meeting 
responded to the written survey. 
Seventy-two per cent of those sur- 
veyed were bonk presidents or chief 
executive officers. 

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Production of milk declines in Minnesota 




Milk production in Minnesota 
during May declined three per cent 
despite on increase in average pro- 
duction per cow from a year ogo, 
according to the Minnesota Agri- 
cultural Statistics service. 

Production of 891 million 



pounds was down from 922 million was 685,000 head, down from 

pounds in May of 1990. Product- 720,000 a year ajo. Accumulated 

ion per cow averaged l^OOpounds, milk production for the first five 

an increase of 20 pounds from a months of 1991 was 4.33 billion 

year ago. pounds, down two per cent from a 

Number of milk cows on farms year ago. 
in Minnesota during May of 1991 



Joe Johnson ol Thief River Falls won a bronze medal for a third 

Elace finish Saturday, June 22, In the Sharpshooter division of 
Iflh power rifle competition during the Star of the North Games 
at Blalno-Coon Rapids. The shooting took place at Harris and 
Involved firing 80 rounds with 600 being a perfect score. Joel 
scored 707 for his bronze medal with the winning score being 
730. He qualified for the competition on the basis ot his 
avorage In leaguo shooting at the Thief River Falls Rifle club 
and said he dedicates his modal to Everett Amundgaard, who 
encouraged him to start competitive shooting, and to the club. 
JooVs avorage moved him from Marksman Into the Sharp- 
shootor cIbss the week before Star of the North competition. 
His score would have taken a gold medal In the Marksman 
class. The 80-shot series— all tired at 200 yards with Iron 
-sights— Included 20 shots standing (offhand), two 10-shot 
strings of 60-socond sitting rapid flra with one reloading, two 
10-shot strings of 70-socond prone rapid fire at reduced size 
targets and 20 shots -of prone slow tire at a further reduced 
targot. Johnson's rifle Is an M-1 Garand that has been 
accurlzed. 

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Duluth last weekend. 

This was the first year the race 
in Duluth held a half marathon, but 
two area residents participated in 
the full marathon or 26.2 miles. 
Tom Roneheiti of Thief River Falls 
completed the race in about 4-hours 



and 30-minuics, Linda Ronchetti 
ran in and completed the five mile 
race called Grandpa's the nkhl 
before the marathon. Wayne Tie- 
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Tieman said he completed the race* * 
in about 3-hours arid 56-minutcs. "-P 
Tieman said it was the sixth time he ■ 
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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 28, 1991 



Roseau sweeps Legion 



Thief River Falli had a lough 
lime of i! offensively Wednesday in 
losing a &-2. 8-0 American Legion 
baseball doubleheader lo Roieau at 
Ity Wilson Field. 

Second doubleheader lo« in three 
days dropped Thief River Fall* lo 6- 
10 for the year. Roseau wcnno 7-2. 

An appearance at the East Grand 
Forks Invitational beginning today 
(Friday) kicks off a ihrcc-week 
string of road games for Post 117. 
The Howard Dalagcr-coached squad 
is not scheduled to play another 
home game until a July 17 double- 
header here against Crookston. 
They will be at Karlstad Tuesday 
for a 6: 30 p.m. twinbill. 



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Roseau 

Thief River Falls... 



Nathan Vjlrwdal pitched a ihrcc- 
hit shutout as Roseau completed the 
doublehcader sweep with an 8-0 
second -game decision. 

Vatnsdal struck out eight and 
walked four, giving up singles in the 
first and fourth innings and a lead- 
off double by David Blazek in the 
sixth. 



Meanwhile, Roseau banged „... 
10 base hits, including a solo home 
runs by Dave McDonald in the 
fourth and fifth innings, along with 
a two-run fence-clearing shot by 
Todd WenslofT in the first inning. 

Darin Wald was the starting and 
losing Thief River Falls pitcher, 
with Bla/ck working in relief. They 
struck out nine and walked three. 

Josh Stromlund joined McDonald 
in the multiple-hit department with 
three singles in four at-bats. 
I4*rlnf/I*nlngi 



Thief River Falls 2 

Fourteen innings worth of dou- 
blehcader at-bats produced just a 
pair of second inning Thief River 
Falls runs in Came 1, and that was 
not enough to avoid a 6-2 first-game 
defeat. 

A one-out solo home run over the 
right-center field fence by Mike 
Swanson, followed by back-to-back 
ground ball singles into left field by 
Kyle Evcnson and Barry Dowers 
gave Post 117 a 2-0 second inning 
lead. 

But Roseau came right back with 
a four-run third on four base hits - 
including a two-run home run by 
Ben McDonald - three walks, an 
error and a pair of wild pitches. 

The winners made it 6-2 in the 
Fifth on a two-out, two-run ground- 
rule double to right by Bob 
Schwchr. the No. 8 hitter in [he 
Roseau line-up. 

Roseau righthander Mike Huglen 
limited Thief River Falls to just five 
hits - three of coming in the third. 
He struck out just three, but did not 
walk a batter and allowed only two 
base runners over the final five 



after three innings in favor of 
Jeremy Underdahl, a recent roster 
addition and the fourth member of 
the 1991 Region 8A champion 
Middle River/Marshall County 
Central high school baseball team to 
join the Post 117 line-up. Together, 
Swanson and Underdahl gave up 
nine hits, struck out seven and 
walked seven. 

Dowers had two or the five Thief 
River Falls hits, while Schwchr and 
Huglen led Roseau with 2-for-4 
games. 



Elks Invitational is set 



Games arc scheduled Saturday 
and Sunday in the 23rd annual Thief 
River Falls Elks Invitational base- 
ball tournament for 14-15-ycar-oIds. 

A learn or 15-year-olds from the 
three Thief River Falls Babe Ruth 
teams will be the host squad for the 
eight-team event that also includes 
East Grand Forks. Roseau, the 
Bcmidji Braves. Bcmidji Lions, 
Grand Forks Vets, Warroad and 
Moorhead. 

Games will be played at both Irv 
Wilson Field and Northland 
Community College. 

Toumamant Schtctula - Saturday 
• Uppor bracks! quaitmBnaM ■ East Grand 



Forta vi. Ro»oou. 8 am.. Irv WJson FleW; 
BwnlrJjl BrnvM va. Grand ForW Vol*. 6 a.m.. 
Northland. 

• Lower braefcol quart orinnb • Thiol fllw 
Falls vi. WarronrJ. 11:30 a.m.. Irv 'W'lapn 
Field: Bamlrjl,. Lions va. Mooiriood. 11.30 
am., Northland. 

. Upp« brodtM somfflnala - ehnmpiorahJp 
rowd. 2 p m.. Irv Wilson FtokJ. consolation 
nwnd 2 pm.. Northland. 

• Lower braduri »om ttinols - diompJocaWp 
round. 4:30 p.m.. Irv Wilson BoW: conaotn- 
Uonn>-' "" 



Strikers take 
doubleheader 
from Shockers 

The Strikers swept the Shockers 
12-1, 17-12 Tuesday in a match-up 
of Thief River Falls 14-15-ycar-old 
Babe Ruth baseball teams nt Irv 
Wilson Field. 

Crookston Blue will be at Irv 
Wilson Field Monday for a 10 BJn. 
doubleheader against the Steve 
Mcnkc-coachcd Strikers, who fol- 
lowed their Shockers sweep with a 
Thursday twinbill against Red Lake 
Falls. 

The Chris Mills-coached 
Shockers will be at Warroad 
Tuesday for a 10 a.m. doubleheader. 

TRF Strikers 12 

TRF Shockers 1 

Chris Vanyo pitched a three-hitter 
as the Strikers took the doublehead- 
er opener 12-1. 

The 12 Strikers hits included two 
each for Andy Peterson, Steve 
Burslie, Lee Kuck, Nathan Scou 
and Jack Hocfer. 

Bob Bluemkc was the losing 
pitcher. 

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TRF Strikers sweep RLF ? 



Thief River Falls Strikers 14-15- 
year-olds displayed plenty of offen- 
sive punch Thursday en route to a 
13-6. 18-12 Babe Ruth baseball 
doubleheader sweep over Red Lake 
Falls at Irv Wilson Field. 

TRF Strikers 1 3 

Red Lake Falls 6 

An eight-run fourth inning 
sparked the Strikers to a 13-6 first- 
game victory- 
Steve Burslie was 3-for-3 to lead 
the Strikers' 15-hit attack. Andy 
Peterson was 3-for-5, Caylcr Olsoa 
went 2-for-3, while Chris Vanyo and 
Brad Thayer were both 2-for-4. 
Peterson was the winning pitcher. 
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TRF Strikers 18 

Red Lake Falls 12 

Game 2 featured an U-run Thief 
River Falls third inning that erased a 
9-3 Red Lake Falls lead as Ihe 
Strikers completed the sweep with 
an 18-12dccision. 

The 18 Thief River Falls hits 
included a 4-for-4 gome by Steve 
Burslie to give him a perfect 7-for-7 
doubleheader. Andy Peterson was 
4-for-6 and Nathan Scott was 3-for- 
3, while Chris Vanyo, Jack Hocfer 
and Nathan Anderson all picked up 
two hits. 

Vanyo was the winning pitcher, 
with a save going to Burslie. 
leaving/Inning a 



TRF Strikers 17 

TRFShockers 12 

The two teams combined for 29 
runs and 21 hits as the Strikers com- 
ileied the sweep with a 17-12 Game 

win. 

Andy Peterson was 4-for-5 and 
Steve Burslie was 2-for-2 for the 
winners. Bob Bluemkc and Dusty 
Eddleman both had three hits for the 
Shockers, and Joby Looker home- 
red. . 

Burslie was the winning pitcher. 



1 Women's Softball | 

I r-ninn/Saiher Law remained 18-11 doubleheader winner over 

unbeS e I Thief Rive? Falls Middle River M&M and Pizza Hut. 

Women's Slow Pitch Softball respectively, while the Best; Western 

League play Wednesday with wins Inn Ridgcrunners stopped Pizza Hut 

over VFW 13-9 and Middle River 10-3. 
M&M 19-7 Winners were not reported for the 

Janclle Konickson hit two home weekly calendar drawing. 
runs and added a triple, while m-u— ■ 

Nancy Zimpel came up with two * di»i*i»« ^ ( 

triples and three RBI in the Legion/ L octonrsoS>or La* M 

Sather Law victory over VFW. BonWotrnmrwoorunnar* ,...io * 

Konickson and Tammy Sparby Muth-A-noa.. '° J 

homered in the second-game victory g™v.,- 5 a 

over MiddtcRiver M&M. Rno Mlfl dI.1.1— It 

Mush-A-Reis won twice, beating . w I 

Rainbow Nursery 17-2 and the Best BMtWoiwminn. o § 

Western Inn Ridgerunners 9-6. 3V£^£*ZJ!? ^ on """" I 12 

Lcsly Ronsen homered, tripled ffig?S 1 ^Mjti '".."" ■* '2 

and drove in six runs. Maureen gSJ"T. '" ■" ■-■-■■■■ 2 12 
Kayscr hit a pair of doubles, while T 

Colleen Roolc and C0C0 Kayscr ^ JJJJgf. , 0:2 „ p „* M 

both finished with three RBI in the Ww 7* 'fiWm \o. pu* Ant 3: 

Mush-A-Rets' win over Rainbow st. Hiuiro Etovefcrrtjrrfa ^"""a^ 

Nursery. Roan came tack with a g^C M ^«a^crV^, ; 

3-for-3. three-RBI effort that includ- g^an-A-Ran 17. Rainbow Nuraory 2. pan 

ed a triple in the sccond-game deci- P.m.) st HUjiro Eiovaior/Lyn^a 

sion over the Ridgcrunners, while ft^^/^g^K^dJw! 

Rook was 2-for-2 with three RBI Ul fo n &, msIi t. Ban woaiwn inn ib. 

and Pam Scbenkey doubted. Piaa Mui n;Mu»h-A-R«tt 9. Bo« woaiom 

Stacy Mosher tripled against the i™> BkJ °* mn,W(, £ tw< , uI , 
Swingers and Cindy Scheie had a Monday, July 1 • (S:20 p.m.) 

triple against Rainbow Nursery as Lagonaaitw u» « ^jwWjjjjni im 

SL Hilaire Elevator/Lynn's ggh«« ^Tb^S&^?v7 sl 

Refrigerating swept a 19-8 and 5-2 HPBlro Elovalorrt.ynn'a RnlrloorBlIng, Raid 

doubfcheadcr. 3:Mu^-A-RoMv..vm.nold4:Pinarjut 

*5K& pitched a five-inning *«j*»- «^ SMS 

shutout, Dottno Larson hit a grand £,[._ piotd 1: Rainbow Nursory vo. Bast 

slum home run. while Linda Ru* Waatorn Inn *i°j' ':.?'■ "'SJ™ 

and An,i« dnn bod. tripled a. VFW giCffS^S'na'SVv'™^ 

blanked the Swingers 16-0. Mlddlo Rlvor M&M, Fluid 4: Swlnoori vs. 

Best Westxni Inn was o 20-0 and piim Hui. Font Pitch FkAt 

Roseau beats, ties TRF 
Babe Ruth Gamecocks 




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(Continued on Page 14) 



Roseau wound up with a win and 
a tie in a Babe Ruth baseball dou- 
bleheader against the Thief River 
Falls Gamecocks 14-15-yenr-olds 
Tuesday at Irv Wilson Field. 

The seven-inning opener went to 
Roseau 8-5. and Ihe five-inning sec- 
ond game was a 9-9 draw. 

The 3-3-1 Gamecocks, coached 
by Chris Nelson, return to action 
Wednesday with a 10 a.m." double- 
header against Warroad at Irv 
Wilson Field. 



The Gamecocks picked up just 
three hits, with Craig Huot driving 
in two runs, while Ryan Bendickson 
and Derrick McFarland both scored 
twice. 

Robbie Stock was the starting and 
losing pitcher. McFarland pitched 
three innings of relief. They gave 
up seven hits, struck out five and 
walked eight. 

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Reivers win twice 



Middle River Reivers amateur 
baseball team picked up bick-to- 
back road wins nt Bnglcy 4-3 and 
Ada 8-2 Wednesday and Thursday 
to improve their record to 3-5 for 
ihcyear. 

The Reivers' neat scheduled start 
will be "Saturday, July 6, vs. 
Karlstad in Middle River. 



CtMria f/lM-jfafs 



Middle River 

Ada 



Middle River... 
Bagley 



Chris Nelson struck out 14 batters 
and walked just three as Middle 
River beat Bagley 4-3 Wednesday. 

Andy Larson plated the game- 
winning run with an RBI single In 
the top or the ninth inning. Joel 
Swanson was 2-foM to lead the 
Reivers' seven-hit attack. Bagley 
picked up five hits. 



Winning pitcher Dan Cwlkla 
helped his own cause with a 4-for-4 
game at the plate, driving in two 
runs, as the Reivers won an 8-2 
Thursday night match-up at Ada 

On the mound. Cwikla gave up 
just three hits, struck out three and 
walked five. 

Rick Looker had a pair or hits Tor 
the winners, including a triple. 

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Mudhens, Lobos split 



A Tuesday Thief River Falls 
Babe Ruth Prep baseball match-up 
for 13-year-olds produced a double- 
header split for the Lobos and 
Mudhens. 

The Hunter Boldt-coached Lobos 
won the opener 14-7. with the 
Corey Poole-coached Mudhens win- 
ning the second game 14-2. 

Thc7-5-l Lobos were back in 
action Thursday at Warroad, They 
will visit Roseau Wednesday for a 
10 a.m. game. The 8-2 Mudhens 
will play Crookston Monday in a 10 
a.m. doubleheader at Northland 
Community College. 

TRF Lobos 14 

TRF Mudhens 7 



Hanson and Kalno Mortcll had two 
hits apiece for the Mudhens. 

Sam Adams came on in relief of 

Kcefe for the win. Bryan eleven, 

who took over for Mudhens starter 

Aaron Ehrcnstom, took the loss. 

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Bombers beat Fergus Falls 



Thief River Falls Bombers 
improved their Diitricl 9 VFW 
record for 16-ycar-oIdi lo 4-2 
Thursday with an 8-6, 7-6 double- 
header sweep over Fergus Falls at 
Irv Wilson Held. 

The Bombers are 23-5 overall. 

"We're playing pretty good base- 
ball right now," noted Thief River 
Falls coach Wayne Rahtf. "We're 
getting some solid pitching, and 
against Fergus Falls, we took advan- 
tage of everything they gave us." 

Thief River Falls will compete in 
Ihe Lake Region Classic American 
Legion baseball tournament in 
Devils Lake this weekend, meeting 
Winnipeg in a 1 p.m. Saturday first 
rouna quarterfinal game. The 
Bombers return home to hosi 
Warroad Monday and the Grand 
Forks Reds Tuesday in 6 pjn. dou- 
blehcaders. 

TRF Bombers 8 

Fergus Falls 6 

Thief River Falls overcame a 6-1 
second inning deficit to beat Fergus 
Falls 8-6 in the doubleheader open- 



Jeremy Olson came up with key 
plays both offensively and defen- 
sively lo help the Bombers, produc- 
ing a third inning bases-loaded dou- 
ble to slice the 6-1 Fergus Falls lead 
to 6-4, then making a diving seventh 
inning catch in the outfield to help 

f reserve the two-run Thief River 
alls lead. 

Marc llauscn, Jeremy Tallinn and 
Carter Rogalla all had two hits for 
the Bombers. 

Tollum had a route-going perfor- 
mance on the mound, surrendering 
just two earned runs. He struck out 
two and walked two. 



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TRF Bombers... 
Fergus Fails 



Fergus Falls came up with a 
game-tying run in the top of the sev- 
enth, but Thief River Falls came 
back to score the game-winner in 
the bottom of the inning as the 
Bombers completed the twinbill 



sweep with a 7-6 iccond-garnc deci- 
sion. 

Trevc-r ilaugcn led off the boetora 
of the seventh with a walk. An 
error on a ball hit by Jason Olson 
put runners at first and second wiin 
one out. A bunt attempt wound up 
producing the winning run, even 
though the fitch was too high for 
bailer Shone Bora to get his but on 
the ball. With the third baseman 
charging the plate on tbe play, 
Kaugcn broke for third. Tbe c at ch er 
threw the ball to the shortstop who 
was racing Haugen to tbe bag, but 
the throw went fnio left field for an 
error, allowing the game-tying run 
to cross the plate. 

Thief River Falls was out-hil 8-3. 
but took advantage of six Fergus 
Falls errors and three walks. 

Carter Rogalla, Wade Evcnson 
and Rick Ostby shared ihe Bombers' 
pitching duties, with Ostby picking 
up the win by retiring the Final four 
batters. They struck out five and 
walked two. 



TRFUfcot— 



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TRF Mudhens ... 
TRF Lobos 



Scoring 
fifth innini 
behind to I 
Came 1. 

Chance 1 
four RBI 
was 2-for- 
win'ners. 



13 times in the fourth and 
the Lobos come from 
t'the Mudhens 14-7 in 

Kcefe was 2-for-4 .with 

and Paul Gonsorowskl 

5 with three RBI for the 

Adam Fulton, Chad 



Although the Mudhens picked up 
just two oaso hits, they drew 14 
walks, leading to a 14-2 second- 
game win over the Lobos and a 
twinbill split. * 

Chanc Keefe and Paul 
Consorowski were both 2-for-2 in 
the Lobos* five-hit offense. 

Keith Anderson was the winning 
pitcher. Chris Efta took the loss. 

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1: Oalo Conei va. Knights ot Columbus. 
Hold 2; Hlghlanding vs. NoflftWMt ModteaJ 
Conlor, Field 3: RicVs Applianco vi. Niche 
eg. Flold 4: toto Trucking va. Umlem. Fan 
Pilch Field. (MO pjn.) Boal Wetfom Inn 
va. Plck'a Applianco, Flold 1; Hoglc 
Trucking va. Hlghtindlng. Flold 2: Oalo 
Cenex vs. Niche SB, Field 3: NofUmroal 
Medical Comer vt. Northnroal Eye Clink!, 
Field 4: Laniern va. Knighlo ot Cokmbua. 
Faal Pilch Field. (8:40 p-m.) HJgnUndMg 
va. Oalo Conox. Fast Pich Flold. 

Thursday, July 4 • no games sched- 
uled. 

Monday, July 8 - (6:20 pjn.) Slono'a 
Mobile Ratio va. St HOalre Boara, Flold 1: 
Am oilcan Legion va. Plus Hut, Held 2: 
Northwoal Eye Clinic va. Qusch, Flold 3; 
Evangelical Freo Church va. Melvle 
Trucking. Field 4; Pupal va. Rusty Nail, Flold 
S; Amoco 24 va. Caroooat Auto Parta, Field 
6. (7:30 p-m.) SL Kitolra Boara va. Pliia 
Hut. Field 1; Noah-veal Eye Clinic va. 
Motvio, Field 2; Buach va. Slono-a Mobile 
Redo, Flold 3; Evangelical Froo Church va. 
Loglon, Flold 4; Rusty Nail vs. Carquoal 
Auto Pails, Field S: Pepsi va. Amoco 24, 
Reus. 



Bombers sweep pair from Fosston 



Thief River Falls Bombers came 
out of a Tuesday night American 
Legion baseball marathon at 
Fosston with a pair of wins and a 
12-1 Ninth District Tier H-counting 
record -21-5 overall. 

A three-hour twinbill opener net- 
ted the Bombers a 15-7 win, and 
(he scheduled seven-inning night- 
cap went eight frames before Thief 
River Falls laid claim to a 12-6 
decision. 

"Basically, wc played some pret- 
ty good baseball," reported 
Bombers coach Wayne Rahlf. 



Jeremy Olson. Jason Svir drove in 
four runs. 



Haugen in the fifth. Haugen fol- 
lowed with four innings of three-hit 
shutout relief, striking out seven 
and walking two for the win. 

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TRF Bombers 

Fosston 



Detroit Lakes stops Post 117 



Detroit Lakes improved its record 
to 7-2 by sweeping Thief River 
Fulls 3-0 and 11-7 Monday in a late- 
reported Ninth District American 
Legion baseball doubleheader at the 
Lakers' Washington Park. ■ » 

Thief River Falls fell below .500 
016-8. 

Detroit Lakes 3 

Thief River Falls 

Detroit Lakes pitcher Nik 
Alexander turned in a three-hit 



shout as the Lakers subdued Thief 
River Falls 3-0 in Gomel. 

All of the scoring occurred in the 
bottom of the first inning on walks 
issued to Pat Sims and Corey %gt, 
a triple by Mike-Ounderson and an 
error. 

Alexander struck out five and did 
not walk a batter. He gave up dou- 
bles to Kyle Evcnson in the second 
inning and Mike Swanson in the 
seventh, along with a fifth inning 
single by Cory Offcrrlahl. 

Kyle Evcnson was Thief River 



Falls' starting and losing pitcher. 
Barry Dowers pitched tn relief. 
They gave up only five hits - two of 
them to Wade Whitworth - while 
striking out six and walking three. 
(Continued on Page 14) 



Kevin Erickson pitched a com- 
plete-game five-hitter, striking out 
eight, as Thief River Falls beat 
Fosston 15-7 in Game I. 

Six Thief River Falls errors and 
eight walks kept Fosston in the 
game. 

The Bombers wound up with a 
dozen hits, including a 4-for-5 
effort by Ertckson and 2-for-4 
games from Carter Rogalla and 



TRF Bombers 12 

Fosston 6 

Thief River Falls came up with 
three runs in the top of the seventh 
to force extra innings, then broke 
loose with a six-run eighth for a 12- 
6 Game 2 win and the doublehead- 
er sweep. 

First five Thief River Falls bat- 
ters and six of the first seven 
Bombers coming to the plate in the 
eighth reached base and scored as 
the winners came up with five sin- 
gles and a sacrifice fly to go along 
with a pair of errors and a walk. 

Jason Svir, Josh Balmer, Carter 
Rogalla and Trevor Haugen all had 
two hits for the Bombers. 

Jason Olson pitched the first four 
innings before giving way to 



TRF Gamecocks 

(Qmiinued from Page 10) 
break a 9-9 second game tie after 
the regulation five innings were 
completed in Game 2. 

Craig Huot was 2-for-2. while 
Josh Melby and Ryan Bendickson 
were both 2-for-3 as Thief River 
Falls out-hit Roseau 9-3. Melby 
also drove in three runs, while 
Bendickson scored three times and 
Huol scored twice. 

Billy Simpson, Bendickson and 
Melby all took turns on the pitc h i n g 
mound. 

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straight rounds turned in by Rick 
Sovdc, Triple J Trap Co.; Pam 
Johnson and Pat Fischer, Thyrcn 
Auto Sales: Larry Domanick, St. 
Hilairc Elevator; Roger Mcunier. 
B alike Insurance. 



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Northland Food* 3 5 6 

Bruco Pharmacy -3 '5 Q 

Bahto Inauronco 3 5 S 

Lock/Low) Hunting Cub ,3506 
Tony Dom Inc 2 4 

TrfpleJTrepCo.121. 
Northern SUM Bank 130 

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Fran Johnson 24-0-24. Al Sotnhauor 23-1- 
24 RlckSovdo, 25-1-25, DanUndqubt 21-6- 
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• Brldooman- Jim Cailaon 20-2-22, 
Btovo Boa 10424, BU Wlghunan 23-6-24. 
Karvarud Oaanam 119, 
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• Narvorud Cloanora - Dan Karvorud 23- 
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Bomaman 23-1-24; Ron Undborg 21-3-Z4, 
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Bob Giauqua 22-2-24, Marty Johnaon 20-1- 
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Monday, July 1 - Northland Food* vs. 
Northam 6<ato Bank; Trtpkt J Trap Co. v* 
Woodman Conairuellon: Pln« Hut "■ 
Naive rud Claanara; Tony Dom Inc. 
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BaEa? Brtdgoman va. SJobattfa Cabkj . . 
BVuoa Pharmacy v». Lock ft load Hurting 
Club; Bakto haunmoo va. bya. 

Bombers enter 
tournament at 
Devils Lakes 

Thief River Falls Bombers will 
compete in the Lata) Region Classic 
American Legion baseoall tourna- 
ment at Devils Late, ND this week- 
end. 

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NORTHERN WATCH 



Friday, June 28, 1991 



Detroit Lakes sweeps TR§ Legion baseball team 



(Continual from Page 1 1 ) 



Detroit Lakes 

Tnief River Falls... 



Thief River Falls jumped oui 10 a 
6-0 lead in the top of the first 
innings, but could not hold on, los- 
ing the doublchcndcr nightcap 11-7. 

A hit batsman and a walk stoned 



the Thief River Falls Tint inning. 
Before it was done. Mike Rokkc, 
Kyle Evcnson and Pete B aimer had 
RBI singles, Mike Swanson and 
Barry Dowers drove in runs via the 
sacrifice fly and a sixth run came 
home on on error. 

But despite putting runners in 
scoring position the rest of the 
night. Thief River Falls picked up 
just one more run as Rokke drew a 
walk to lead off the sixth and scored 
on a two-out single by B aimer. 

Detroit Lakes had taken over the 



lead by the fourth inning, 8-6, and 
padded the edge with a three- run 
sixth. 

Balmcr was 3-foM in the 10-hh 
Thief River Falls attack. Pat Sims. 
Wade Whitwonh, Corey \togt ind 
Marcus Rhode had two hits apiece 
in the Lakers' 12-hit effort. Mike 
Gunderson had a two-run first 
inning home run for the winners. 

Thief River Falls pitchers Barry 
Dowers and Jeremy Underdahl 
struck out seven and walked three. 
Dowers was the starter and loser. 



Kent Heimark, who came on in 
relief for Greg Henderson in the 
Tint inning, was the winning pitch- 
er. The two Detroit Lakes pitchers 
struck out six and walked six. 



"IT IS A FACT!" 

"IT IS A FACT you can be saved and know it. 1 John 5:10- 
1 3 tells us that wc can be saved and know it 

Many people I talk to today are not sure if they have 
eternal life. Eleven years ago I found out that Jesus is real by 
the witness of His Holy Spirit. 

Cod sent his Holy Spirit to be a witness to His people 
that there wouldn't be a question about if there is salvation. 

John 14:26 says "but the comforter, which is the Holy 
Ghost, whom the Father will send in My name, He shall 
teach you all things, and bring all things to your 
remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you." 

Wc, at Jesus Is King Ministries, want you to be sure of 
your salvation so wc invite you to fellowship with us. Jesus 
Loves You. 

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Jesus Is King Ministries 

Hwy. One East. Thief River Falls. MN 

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Brian Leach 
accepted into 
Pharmacy schooi 

Brian Leach, the son of 
Lawrence and Gloria Leach, has 
been accepted into the school of 
Pharmacy alNDSU. 

Leach is a 1989 graduate of Lin- 
coln high school. He recently com- 
Rletcd two years at NDSU, Fargo, 
D. Out of 317 applicants the 
school accepted only 40. 

Leach will now put in four more 
years and graduate with a Doctorate 
degree in Pharmacy. a 

i 

Kezar earns BS 
degree at NDSU 

Kevin Donald Kezar, son of Den- 
nis and Betty Kezar of Thief River 
Falls, graduated from North Dakota 
State University May 25. 

Kezar received a Bachelor of 
Science degree in mechanical engi- 
neering. 



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FWd. (i;M pjn.) Yanliaaa vi. Indiana. 
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pjnj Expoa v*. Olantt. FWd 1; Rsyali vt 
Mo«. Faal Pitch Bald: Mtrtnor* v*. Twin*, 
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TRF at EGF Legion 
baseball tournament 

Sixth annual East Grand Forks 
Invitational American Legion base- 
boll tournament was scheduled to 
get underway today (Friday). 

TQum*fn*nt Schedule 
Friday - ThW Rhw Fan* v*. Rowtu. 12- 
i. FWd 1; Eaat Grand Fork* v*. Beam. 



Qroton. B pjn. FWd 1: Hjnrioy v*. Winnipeg 
BoUh, Bpm, FWd £ Emi Grind Fork* va. 
rtawtoy, 730 pm, FWd 1. 

Saturday - Kowfoyv*. Bomidl. 12-noon, 
FWd 1: OrMon vs. Roaaau. 1 pjn., FWd Z 
Bomkffl v*. Wbntoog South. 230 pjn. RbM 
1: Thtet Rhw Fatt* va. Wo* OuUh. 4 p. 



DuUih, 730 pjn. FWd 1. 

Sunday - mvwHi ptaco pa™, 12-noon, 
FWd 2; thfrd placo gnmo. 1 pjn, FWd 1; »h 
place gima, 2:30 p.m.. Field 2; champ)- 
omriJp gam*. 4 pjti. Field 1. 



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Friday, June 28, 1991 



NORTHERN WATCH 



Page 15 



Governor Carlson 
is criticized for 
his recent veto 



League of Minnesota City offi- 
cial! have charged that a recent veto 
by Governor Amc Carlson was an 
attempt to divert most of the growth 
In the new local option sales tax to 
boost the stale's general lund. 

Under the portion of the bw the 
governor signed, counties will have 
ihe option of raising local sales 
taxes by one-half cem. That money, 
plus one and one-half cents of the 
current sales tax will go into a local 
government trust fund. The money 
In the fund b designated to go to 
local governments — cities, coun- 
ties, and townships — and to pay 
part of state-funded income mainte- 
nance costs. 

Carlson vetoed the section of the 
tax bill which would have ear- 
marked most of the growth in annu- 
al sales tax revenues in 1993 and 
1994 for aids to cities, townships, 
and counties to keep property taxes 
down; and a smaller portion to 
relieve pressure on the slate general 
fund by paying for income mainte- 
nance aids. 

In his veto message, the governor 
said tie wanted a much larger share 
of the growth, 67 per cent, to go for 



welfare aids. Bob Benke, president 
of the League of Minnesota Cities 
and mayor of New Brighton, said 
the veto defeats the htended pur- 
pose of the new local option tales 
tax and local government trust fund 
by killing the separation of state and 
local budgets. As Governor Carlson 
has frequendy stated, the new mech- 
anisms were expected to end 
reliance of local governments on 
state appropriations and give them 
an independent non-property tax 
revenue source. 

Local governments would be 
expected to live with the ups and 
downs of revenues from tho two 
cent sales tax. In good economic 
times, local government could 
expect come growth in sales tax rev- 
enues. 

"With the governor's stated 
desire to use 67 per cent of the sales 
tax growth for welfare aid otherwise 
paid by the state, there would not 
even be enough money In the trust 
fund to pay for the new homestead- 
agricultural credit aid (HACA) 
required by tho tax bill, and the 
money available for existing aid 
programs would actually drop in 
1993 and 1994." Benke said. 'It 




Scottish historian seeks Information 



Nanette Greshowok of Fergus Falls created these ornate dolls 
which were on display Saturday, June 22, during the Thief River 
Falls Women of Today annual crafts festival at Floyd B. Olson 
park In downtown Thiol Blvor Falls. 



appears to us that the governor 
wants local option taxes implement- 
ed In order to pay for state pro- 



veto, the governor did not achieve 
his intended purpose; instead, the 
final law unintentionally provides 
for all of the trust fund money in 
1993 and 1994 to be used for local 
government aid, primarily n city aid 
program. None of the trust fund 
money would go to income mainte- 
nance. 

Since both the governor's stated 



intention and the actual result with 
the technical error in the veto ore 
unsatisfactory, the League will work 
actively for re-enactment of the 

vetoed section in the 1992 session. 



OPEN THURSDAY 
NIGHTS TIL 

Q RM. 



Local historians and anyone 
with information about individuals 
who may have settled the area who 
had a Scottish background may 
want to write back to an individual 
who sent on open leucr to residents 
ofThief River Falls. 

The letter which was addressed 
to the Mayor of Thief River Falls 
come from Jim Hcwitson, School 
Place, Papa Westray, Orkney, Scot-* 
land. United Kingdom. 

Writes Hewitson: 'I am writing 
in the hope that you and the people 
of Thief River Falls might be able 
to assist me with a book project on 
which I'm working hopefully to 
coincide with the anniversary in 
October. 1992, of Columbus's first 
landfall in the New World. - 

Hewitson explains that he is a 
writer and columnist producing his- 
torical and general articles for 
newspapers in Scotland and abroad. 
He lives with his family on a tiny 
(four square mile) island of Papa 
Westrny, in the Orkney group off 
the north coast of Scotland. 

"On this occasion I am looking 
for stories and anecdotes which 
illustrate Lite Scottish contribution, 
no matter how obscure, towards the 
foundation of later development of 
your community. It need not have 
been someone in the high office of 



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mayor, judge or sheriff, but simply 
and immigrant Scot who might 
have preached, taught, run a gro- 
cery store, surveyed a railroad, dug 
a gold mine or whatever. I hope 
you get the picture. 

"As much anecdotal, amusing or ■ 
inicrcsung. detail as possible would 
be very welcome. In fact, the more 
offbeat his or her link with the town 
the better. 

"1 would also propose to make 
mention of your community along 
with the stories of the Scots and on 
that basis any factshects, maps or 
photographs of Ihe town, or of 
celebrities and/or dignitaries who 
fit my general Scottish specifica- 
tion, would be invaluable" 

Any responses can be sent to the 
address listed above. 

Paulie (Wegge) Shern 
joins banking staff 

Paulie Shern, daughter of 
Wendell and LaVonne Wegge of 
Thier River Falls and a 1987 gradu- 
ate of Lincoln high school, has 
accepted a position as a convention- 
al loan analyst at Norwest 
Mortgage in Minneapolis. 

Paulie earned a BBA degree in 
banking and finance from the 
University of North Dakota in 
Grand Forks in 1990. 




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July 6 & 7, 1991 

Descendants of Alfred 

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BUT YOUR buttory factory troth. Wo car- 
ry ovor 1000 battorios In stock. For oil 
your bnttory noodt, ttop at Altta Powor 
Battnry Company, Hwy. 1 A 50 Wott, 
■ 681-6425. Thiol Rivor Fall*. 6Mc 
WANT TO BUY- Extension ladder. 16'- 
2ff. call 436-261B. osk tor Jim. 11S2p 
BAR, EIGHT loot long, curved, loathor 
front, lormica top. tholvos and crowort in 
back, coit S800.00 now. ton tor $100.00. 
843-2428 Haoock. 1t52p 



Miscellaneous 

FOR SALE- 23 gal. Rod Wing crock with 
hando* Pat 1B16, bo 00 * condi&cn, no 
cracks; 6' McCormick Doonng powur 
mowof tor parts. Stationary wmeh with IB' 
ol 1/2* cab to. 463-16W. It 5*p 

FOR SALE- Sowor or walor pump 
Kawasaki FA130D. 11.100 O PH. mm, 
new $350 00, novor boon run. $27bCO. 

c oll Curt 661-6305. 1ffi2p 

SEWING MACHINE Repair - 30 yonri 
exporioneo. work guaraniood, repair i 
mado In your homo or bring mocftlno to 
Calico Plui Faili Malt. Thwt Rivor Falls. 
Call 581-8 644 or 664-5763. NM7-4BC 

WE HAVE MOVEDI Tho Kid* Kottoction 
b now In tho formor Thirtty Cut location. 
Wo havo tots Ol now things, eomo too u- 

thorol F6t52c 

REBUILD THOSE itortora and 
■Itornatori, wo havo parti lor most 
makos. Stop out lor froo oxtlmatos. 
Romanufaetured unilt nro also avnilablo. 
TR Sarvago, 631-3221. HM3-25tfc 
FOR SALE- Codar lonco posts, pooled 
and driod, tovon and «ight toot ktngihs. 
Rocsovolt nroo. $1.20 ouch. 218-442- 
6301. F2t54p 

TWO METAL olfieo doiks. $75 end HO. 
Two drowor firo proot Wing cobinot with 
combination lock. $250. 843-Z4ZB. 

Hallock 1t52p 

CLEAN WITHOUT STEAM 
Tho "Von Schroder Way" - dry loom ox- 
traction Invorvoi to ktllo moiituro that it Is 
absolutory solo lor all fabrics. It Is a last, 
no hazard system tor doaning all earpots 
and upholstorios. Can Radntodu's Clas- 
sic doonors lor troo oitimotos, Sonior 
Cit izens dscoufiL 631-7670. 2Bt51c 
NINTENDO OAUE3 lor solo- Tlllos 
Includo: Super Mario 3. Zoldn and 
Crystolls. Piotociors. Coll 6S1-6111. 



Miscellaneous 



Miscellaneous 



SALE MARY KAY coimoocs ecntmuos. 
k Kids gold ring, 681- 661-2355 attar 3 p m. tor appointmont or 
loavo mossapo. 2ti2o 




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Budget 
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FOR SALE or trodo to' kvoitock, 730 
Caso doiol row crop, call oltor 7 p.m., 
637-3132. Montor. 1t52p 



FOR3ALE-2-13.2C 
ipacors. WO tor s 
373-4220. 1t52p 



FOR SALE- 12x14 utility shod, good 
twinging doon. work bench and window. 
Alto, 2-202 Ford onginot. Kuiy wall 
p ump w/proswiro tank. 373-4654. 1t52p 

SINGLE? MEET somoono spodall Con- 
lidonlial troo oxdllng dotailil Singloi 
Connoction*, P.O. Box 0032-N, Forgo, 
ND SB103. S44110 

FACTORY REBUILT ENGINES- Starting 
at $705 lor V-8t. 12-monrft. 12,000 mHot 
warranty. Don't Mochlno Shop. Fosston, 
MN. Phono 21B-43SO70. or toD froo 1- 

B00-448-1518. BOtfc 



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IRON 

THcr nrvw falls 

IS BUYING IROIMI 

LowWd On Hwy. 69 North 
Bohlnd Pric* World 

NOW/PAYING 

CUT IRON , 50to» 

COUNTRY MIX...*30 TON 

CARS & TIN *15ton 

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Available On Site. 



681-1210 

PICKUP SERVICE AVAILABLE 



Miscellaneous _ 

STOP BY Tho 2nd H.ind. H*/ '-'* ^j-;,;,' 
now Itomt oddod ovury di/. *■" ' • 

NM3-1SHC 

FOR SALE- Ehietric motor*. ^^P^;',',, 
noodiTlo'otSupplY.C a3cat-£B'-? ■ i; '' 
NINTENDO GAMES lor snki- OauriV. • 
Gyruts, Blaitor Uailnr. Bi»™ i 'B rl - j 
Legacy ol tho Wunrd. Kung '] ■>■ ■■ 
SolsBco. Ench $1500. call 6fll ^ 



CARPET SALE 

Vinyl - Wood - Tile - Ceramic 

SUTTOiVS CARPET \V\RE HOL SK 

DAGLEV 218-694-6161 . 
Shop Anywhtre-Thtn L '^f'l n 



WINDSHIELD REPAIR - Stono chJpt. 
imal brooks, appro*. 10% roplaeamont 
cost Most Iruurnnco companiot woiw 
doductiblo. For froo ostlmatoi call 681- 
4233. Andorton Windshield Ropalr. 
NU2-8tfo 



FOR ALL your nir conditioning m 
solos and sorweo, son TR Snlv.ig" 
3221. NM2tfc 



FOR SALE- Codar. Pino lumbur. (oueIi 
orplonod. 2xGi. OH. lo IBM.. 711. Cud.u 
polls. 3S6-2376 or 306-1370. 10lS5p 
NEW BOOKS |ust onivod by tho bug lu!' 
All popular authors. Como on down nnd 
chock It out. Tho Down Under , 216 N. 
Tlndolph, TRF. Opon Toos.. Wod.. 
Thurs.. noon till 6:00 or call tor. 
oppointmont,6at-1B00. 1t52p 

Public Notices 

NOTICE 

1 am no longer rasp on sib lo for Lnuiio 
Larson's biHs or chocks. Account ctoiod, 
Scott Lanon. 




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